Appeared in all 33 games including 19 starts...ranked third on the team in field goal percentage (.494), free throw percentage (.870), and steals (16)...recorded nine double-figure scoring games...set career highs for points scored (19), field goals made (eight), and three-point field goals made (two) in a loss to UCLA (Jan. 22)...played career high 37 minutes and scored 12 points at USC (Feb. 19), also set career high for blocked shots with three in the loss to the Trojans...had third of three consecutive double-figure scoring performances with 15 points, shooting a career high 9-for-9 from the free throw line in a victory over Arizona (Feb. 26)...played 27 minutes adding six points and six rebounds against No. 14 Arizona State on 'Senior Day' (Feb. 28)...scored 14 points with five rebounds in the Cougars' victory over Oregon in the Pac-10 Tournament First Round (March 11).
Played in 34 games coming off the bench in each one...was the first WSU man off the bench eight times...ranked third on the team in field goal percentage (.516) and free throw percentage (.778)...set career high for points scored with13 and six rebounds against Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 24)...played season-high 28 minutes and scored 11 points vs. The Citadel (Dec. 20)...had second of two double-figure scoring performances at Idaho State (Dec. 23)...finished with 11 points and two rebounds...grabbed a career-high seven rebounds in WSU's win over North Carolina A&T (Dec. 28)...scored six or more points eight times including eight-point performances against North Carolina A&T (Dec. 28), versus California (Jan. 31) and against Arizona (Feb. 21).
Saw action in 23 games off the bench...averaged 5.0 points and 2.3 rebounds in three games at season-opening John Thompson Foundation Classic (Nov. 10-12)...played season-high 21 minutes in home opener against Texas-San Antonio (Nov. 17)...tied his career-high with 11 points in 14 minutes vs. Arizona State (Jan. 4).
Appeared in 24 games, including five starts...was 4-for-4 from the field and scored 10 points at San Diego State (Dec. 10)...grabbed a season/career-high six boards at Oregon (Feb. 18)...scored 10 points and tied season/career-high with six rebounds at Arizona (March 2)...tallied season/career-high 11 points at Arizona State (March 4)...ranks on WSU's freshman single season list in both blocks (fifth - 17) and blocks average (fifth - 0.7).
Earned four varsity letters as a center at Pagosa Springs High School under head coach Jim Schaffer...led team to State regional final and was named to the all-conference second team as a SOPHOMORE...earned first-team all-conference and second-team All-State during his JUNIOR season...led the Pirates to two-straight Intermountain League titles...named team captain as a SENIOR...averaged 20 points and eight rebounds per outing...garnered Intermountain League MVP...earned MVP at the Wolf Creek Classic and Buena Vista Open...named "Mr. 3A Basketball" by The Rocky Mountain News in 2005.
Born Caleb Russell Forrest, Dec. 11, 1986 in Durango, Colo....parents Jon and Kim...older brother J.B., older sister Nicole and younger sister Caitlin...also earned four varsity letters in soccer as a goalie...earned All-State honorable mention and garnered all-conference MVP for soccer...uncle Bayard Forrest played basketball for the Phoenix Suns...enjoys playing guitar, soccer, fishing, hunting, cliff jumping, and watching Seinfeld...earned his Bachelor of Arts in social sciences.