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Andre Forde
College Scout

Andre Forde enters his fifth season with the Buccaneers as a college scout. Forde scouts the northeast portion of the country, from Washington, D.C. to Maine.

Prior to beginning with the Buccaneers, Forde served as varsity wide receivers coach for Coral Glades High School, and, before that, was owner of Men of Valor Football and Speed Training, which provides individualized football training with the focus on speed and football development.

Forde graduated with a B.A. in sociology from the University of Buffalo in New York in 2003. He was a four-year letterman at wide receiver and kick returner at the University of Buffalo, where he was a MAC Scholar Athlete every season. Forde played wide receiver for the Tulsa Talons of the AFL in 2006 and 2007, and spent time in the NFL with the Chicago Bears and Indianapolis Colts as well as the Amsterdam Admirals with NFL Europe.

Forde and his wife Patrice reside in south Florida with their three children: Hannah, Jeremiah and Isaiah.

Andre Forde enters his fifth season with the Buccaneers as a college scout. Forde scouts the northeast portion of the country, from Washington, D.C. to Maine.

Prior to beginning with the Buccaneers, Forde served as varsity wide receivers coach for Coral Glades High School, and, before that, was owner of Men of Valor Football and Speed Training, which provides individualized football training with the focus on speed and football development.

Forde graduated with a B.A. in sociology from the University of Buffalo in New York in 2003. He was a four-year letterman at wide receiver and kick returner at the University of Buffalo, where he was a MAC Scholar Athlete every season. Forde played wide receiver for the Tulsa Talons of the AFL in 2006 and 2007, and spent time in the NFL with the Chicago Bears and Indianapolis Colts as well as the Amsterdam Admirals with NFL Europe.

Forde and his wife Patrice reside in south Florida with their three children: Hannah, Jeremiah and Isaiah.