Joshua Wallwork

 Quarterback
 Height: 6'4
 Weight: 216
 College: Wyoming
CAREER STATS:
 Career Stats Passing Rushing  
 Year Team G Cmp Att Pct Yds TD Int Rtg Rsh Yds Avg TD FM FR
 1999 Louisiana 14 296 442 67.0 3,981 16 2 105.6 31 38 1.2 1 0 1  
 2000 Louisiana 14 288 451 63.9 3,655 14 2 97.6 48 138 2.9 2 5 0  
 2001 Louisiana 14 313 513 61.0 3,881 20 6 92.6 47 146 3.1 3 2 1  
 2002 Louisiana 14 308 442 69.7 3,939 19 2 109.7 46 81 1.8 1 2 1  
 2003 Louisiana 14 239 377 63.4 3,213 13 1 100.8 50 122 2.4 2 3 2  
 2004 Louisiana 14 297 470 63.2 3,706 22 8 96.1 47 126 2.7 1 2 1  
 2005 Louisiana 7 161 269 59.9 2,098 10 2 93.8 34 95 2.8 0 8 1  
  Dayton 7 146 221 66.1 1,607 5 1 93.1 29 38 1.3 0 0 0  
 2006 Dayton 14 271 420 64.5 3,133 17 4 96.5 43 47 1.1 0 4 0  
 2007 Dayton 14 253 394 64.2 3,294 19 6 100.2 47 128 2.7 0 3 0  
 2008 Dayton 14 273 416 65.6 3,133 12 4 93.8 44 -35 -0.8 0 1 1  
 2009 Dayton 14 305 471 64.8 3,552 16 6 93.5 37 173 4.7 2 5 2  
 2010 Dayton 14 274 386 71.0 3,480 23 4 114.3 42 -9 -0.2 0 2 2  
 2011 Dayton 14 105 157 66.9 1,352 9 1 110.2 18 17 0.9 0 1 0  
 2012 Dayton 14 16 22 72.7 163 1 0 108.7 2 11 5.5 0 0 0  
 14 Seasons 196 3545 5451 65.0 44,187 216 49 99.5 565 1,116 2.0 12 38 12

PROFILE:

FIFL Experience: Winner of FIFL MVP Award in 2002 while guiding the Bayou Beast to a FIFL Bowl Championship. Named to the American Conference All-Pro Team in 2001, 2002 and 2006. Named Offensive Player of the Game 41 times in his career, and Offensive Player of the Week 5 times. Ranked 1st all-time in passing yardage with 44,024. Traded to the Dayton Skyhawks in a multi-player deal in week eight of the 2005 season. Lead the Dayton Skyhawks to a 11-3 record in his first full season. For his career as a starter in the regular season, Wallwork was 85-78-1. Wallwork was 6-6 in the playoffs including 1-0 in Gold Cups.

Professional Experience: Spent time with the Tampa Bay Storm (AFL) in 1999 but did not see any action. With the Billings Thunderbolts (IFL) in 1999 where he was 293 for 465 passing with 2,926 yards, 71 touchdowns and 20 interceptions, shattering all IFL passing records. Played for the Billings Outlaws (NIFL) in 2001 where he was 20 for 40 passing with 205 yards, 3 touchdowns and an interception. With the Stockton Lightning (AF2) in 2006.

College: Attended Gavalan College in Gilroy, Calif. before heading off to Wyoming...In two years with the Cowboys, he established the school record for touchdown passes (54)...Had a fantastic senior season, setting UW single season records for passing yardage (4,090), total offense (4,209 yards) and touchdown passes (33)...His total offense numbers earned him a national honor, the AT&T Long Distance Award, given annually to the player who leads the nation in total offense...Selected to the All-Western Athletic Conference first team...Led the Cowboys to a 10-2 record, including a 7-1 mark inside the conference and the WAC Pacific Division championship...Lost the WAC title game, though, in a heartbreaking overtime defeat to Brigham Young.