Eight student-athletes were named to the president's list after earning a perfect 4.0 GPA for fall 2012.
Wilbert earns Team Endurance Award and Offensive, Defensive and Special Teams MVPs announced
Dukes sets school record with 204 receiving yards
Wilbert throws for 403 yards in loss
Defense forces four turnovers in the victory
2012:Served as the team's game day captain for each contest and earned the team's Offensive Player of the Week honors on two occasions. On the season he threw for 2,819 yards completing 261 passes in 405 attempts. He threw 18 touchdown passes and ran for two touchdowns. Wilbert limited his interceptions to only six, he did not throw an interception for a team record five-consecutive games. While he completed 26-of-40 passes for 261 yards and four touchdowns in the Troy game, he had seven games with more than 250 yards and tallied a career high 403 versus FIU on a career high 51 attempts. His passing efficiency was 134.62 in all games, including back-to-back games against top-five teams (Georgia and Alabama), his Sun Belt Conference passing efficiency was 138.67. Wilbert went into his senior campaign with a new head coach, his third offensive coordinator and a new style of play - one that many assumed he was not suited to play. He did not start the team's first game, but was inserted into the game at the half and never looked back. He used his intelligence to run the new system and to play within his skill set for the betterment of the team. As a senior quarterback Wilbert earned the team's Endurance award, in recognition of his holistic achievement in the classroom, on the playing field, in the weight room, and for his citizenship.
2011:Served as the team's starter in all but one game, the home and FAU stadium opener with an injured hand...was 154-for-294 for 1,459 yards and seven scores...tossed his first collegiate touchdown at Auburn, a 17-yard connection with Alfred Morris with 9:26 remaining in the game...recorded a season-high 219 yards at Louisiana, including a season-high three touchdown passes...completed his longest pass to Marcus Cunningham setting up a score versus Louisiana...tossed touchdown passes at Auburn, Middle Tennessee and at FIU...also versus Arkansas State and the three at Louisiana...earned a share in the offensive game ball following the UAB victory.
2010: Worked into a tight race with fellow sophomore David Kooi...named the No. 2/3 quarterback and was selected to be in a week-by-week rotation and he would begin the rotation...saw his first action in FAU's home game versus Michigan State at Ford Field...entered the game in the fourth and quickly moved the Owls down field and set the offense up for a score...had two attempts completing one for 41 yards, his career and season long...attempted three passes versus USF, a game that he suffered a broken thumb on his throwing hand.
2009: Traveled with the squad...shared snaps in the spring.
Motor City Bowl: Traveled to Detroit with the squad.
High School: Played for Larry Muir at Valencia High School, where he held a senior quarterback rating of 107...finished his final prep campaign 225-for-360 with just five interceptions, completing 64% of his passes...tossed for 2,905 yards and 26 touchdowns...also had 81 carries on the year and posted a 7-4-1 record as a starting senior.
Personal: Exercise science and wellness major...son of John and Mary Wilbert.
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