Fordham Football 2022 – Quarterbacks


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A Look at the 2022 Ram Signal Callers



Bronx, NY – Since we’re days away from the 2022 Fordham football camp, it’s time to begin our position-by-position breakdown of the Rams, starting with the quarterbacks.

Fordham’s attack is in very capable senior hands Tim DeMorat, the Patriot League’s 2022 preseason offensive player. Last year, DeMorat, who was named to the Walter Payton Awards Watch List this week, earned Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year honors in each of the last three seasons. Last fall, he threw for over 3,000 yards and 31 touchdowns, the third-most passing touchdowns in a season for a Ram while his 3,214 passing yards were fourth-best. DeMorat ranked among the NCAA FCS leaders in six different offensive categories.








Fordham career completions
802 John Skelton (2006-09)
706 Tim DeMorat (2018-)
639 Mike Nebrich (2012-14)
580 Kevin Anderson (2014-17)
518 Joe Moorhead (1992-95)








Fordham Quarry Passing Yards
9923 John Skelton (2006-09)
8563 Tim DeMorat (2018-)
8084 Mike Nebrich (2012-14)
7663 Kevin Anderson (2014-17)
6112 Kevin Eakin (2000-03)








Fordham TD Career Pass
73 Kevin Anderson (2014-17)
69 John Skelton (2006-09)
67 Tim DeMorat (2018-)
66 Mike Nebrich (2012-14)
45 Kevin Eakin (2000-03)

DeMorat enters the 2022 season second on Fordham’s career completions and passing yards lists and is third in passing touchdowns.


DeMorat is joined by five other quarterbacks, led by junior Grant Wilson who appeared in three games as a sophomore, completing six of eight assists.


Other signal callers include seniors Tom Sharkeyjunior Joey Gulbinand freshmen Jack Capaldi and Joe Mikol.


Sharkey played two games in his freshman season at Fordham last fall, while Gulbin played one game as a sophomore.


Capaldi graduated from Malverne Prep in Pennsylvania while Mikol is a product of Bedford High School in Bedford, NH

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