Bryn Jerrel Forbes was born in Lansing, Michigan, to Brandon and Sue Forbes. He attended J. W. Sexton High School, where he averaged 13.6 points per game during his junior year to help Sexton claim the state title. Forbes upped his scoring to 19.0 points per contest as a senior, adding 5.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists as Sexton claimed its second straight state championship. For his accomplishments, he was named a Lansing State Journal Dream Team member and was a Class B All-State selection for the Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News. Learn more about Forbes by following him on Twitter (@BrynjForbes) and on Instagram (@brynforbes). Forbes split his time in college between Cleveland State (2012-14) and Michigan State (2014-16). He helped lead the Spartans to the 2016 Big Ten Tournament title and the 2016 NCAA Tournament. In his first season at Michigan State, the Lansing, Michigan native helped lead the Spartans to the 2015 NCAA Final Four. As a Michigan State senior, he led the Big Ten in three-point field goals (112) and three-point field-goal percentage (.481) and was second in the conference in three-point attempts (233) in the 2015-16 season. At Cleveland State, he led the Horizon League in three-point field goal percentage (.424) and was second in the conference in both three-point buckets (81) and third in three-point attempts (191) in the 2013-14 season. Forbes went undrafted during the 2016 NBA Draft and eventually signed with the San Antonio Spurs during the summer of 2016.