Graham Wilbert
Graham Wilbert

Position:
Graduate Assistant

GA:
Offense/Quarterbacks


12/04/2013

On the Run...Semester Coming to a Close

Blast from the Past

Coaching Experience
2013 - Present - Florida Atlantic University (Offensive GA - Quarterbacks)

Playing Experience
Quarterback, FAU (2009-12); Quarterback, Valencia High School (2004-08)

Personal
Hometown: Valencia, CA
Education: Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Wellness, FAU 2012

At Florida Atlantic University
Wilbert works as an offensive graduate assistant primarily focusing on the quarterbacks. He helped to develop FAU's stand-out QB Jaquez Johnson. Johnson was named Conference USA and FAU "Newcomer of the Year" and was ranked No. 10 in rushing yards with 767, No. 4 in total offense with 2638 yards in C-USA. He is also ranked No. 8 in rushing yards for a QB in the entire NCAA.

Playing Career

Wilbert served as the FAU starting quarterback in all but two games in his final two campaigns (2011-12). As a senior, he worked under the direction of his third offensive coordinator and excelled despite the change from a pro-style, which he was recruited to lead, to a spread offense that he mastered through knowledge of the game and capitalizing on his strengths. Wilbert completed 261 passes of 405 attempts for 2,819 yards. He tossed 18 touchdown passes and reduced his interceptions drastically form his junior season with just six INTs in 2012. Wilbert's completion rate of 64.4% set a new FAU record while he posted an impressive 138.67 passing efficiency in Sun Belt Conference play. The Californian threw for 4,319 career yards and is listed among the top-five FAU record holders in several categories.

Wilbert, who tossed his first collegiate touchdown at Auburn, a 17-yard connection with current Washington Redskin running back Alfred Morris, served as FAU's offensive captain for every game in 2011 and 2012.At the conclusion of his junior campaign he was awarded the team's 2011 Student Athlete Award. Following his senior season, 2012, Wilbert received the team's first Endurance Award in recognition of his holistic achievement in the classroom, on the playing field, in the weight room and for citizenship.

As a prepster, he played for Larry Muir at Valencia High School, where he held a senior quarterback rating of 107. Wilbert finished his final prep campaign 225-for-360 in passing completing 64% of his passes for 2,905 yards and 26 touchdowns with only five interceptions. Wilbert had 81 carries in 2008 and posted a 7-4-1 record as a starting high school senior.

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