Height 6'4"
Weight 234
Year Junior
Hometown Indianapolis, Ind.
High School Lawrence Central
Birthdate January 01, 2020


At Columbia: Captain ... big, strong player made substantial improvement during the course of his junior season and was the team's quarterback for 2-1/2 seasons ... off-season injury kept him out of 2007 spring practice, but was diligent in his rehabilitation ... very good arm and improved foot quickness ... finished as the Ivy League's eighth-most productive all-time passer with 6,201 yards, behind only John Witkowski ’84CC on Columbia's career list ... also second to Witkowski and fifth in the league in completions with 568 ... Coach Wilson says: “Craig is a great leader.”

2007: Threw for 2,505 yards this season was fourth highest in school history ... 12 touchdowns gave him 27 for his career, fifth-most on the Lions' all-time list ... completed 30-of-51 passes for 417 yards vs. Penn, the third-highest single-game total in school history ... also threw for 329 yards vs. Dartmouth and 326 vs. Brown ... earned team's John J. Cirigliano Ironman Award ... honorable mention All-Ivy League ... Academic All-Ivy League ... National Football Foundation (NFF) 2008 Hampshire Honor Society ... selected to the Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association (FCS ADA) Academic All-Star Team.

2006: Earned second-team All-Ivy League honors ... finished the season with 189 completions, sixth-best ever by a Lion quarterback ... recorded 2008 yards on the season ... career-high 320 yards (29 of 52) vs. Harvard, tying Columbia’s 18th-highest single-game total by a quarterback ... also had a 22-yard touchdown to Austin Knowlin vs. the Crimson ... named Ivy League’s Offensive Player of the Week after completing 30 of 43 passes for 285 yards and a touchdown vs. Brown ... ended the season with 119 straight passes without an interception ... completed 44 of 63 passes for an impressive 69.8 percent completion rate over the Lions’ final two games ... completed a 62-yard pass to Austin Knowlin for a TD in the season-opener vs. Fordham ... hit 14 of 20 passes for 187 yards and a TD vs. Cornell ... threw for 215 yards and a touchdown against Iona ... named to the Ivy League Weekly Honor Roll after completing 22 of 45 passes for 246 yards vs. Penn.

2005: Threw two touchdown passes each vs. Duquesne, Penn and Brown ... season-high 302 yards (28 of 40) vs. Penn, the 25th-best total in school history ... had 72-yard completion to Brandon Bowser '06CC in that game ... completed 51-yarder to Bowser on opening drive vs. Yale ... had five games with no interceptions ... 14 of 25 for 202 yards vs. Brown.

2004: Saw time vs. Bucknell, Harvard and Cornell ... was nine of 13 with a touchdown in the latter game ... threw for 94 yards at Harvard.

At Lawrence Central High: All-conference and all-county ... 2004 Marion County Athlete of the Year ... Region 7 all-star team ... 82-144-1459 yds. with 21 TDs and two interceptions as a senior ... captain ... team was conference champion in 2003 ... two letters in football and basketball, and three in baseball ... in latter sport, all-conference, all-county and all-metro as a pitcher, third or first baseman ... set school record with 39 RBI as a junior ... 2004 National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame Central Indiana Chapter Scholar Athlete.

Personal: Enrolled in Columbia's Engineering School ... majoring in civil engineering ... interned with the Indianapolis Colts in summer of 2005 ... brother, Drew, is in first year at Miami (Ohio), where he plays for the Redhawks' baseball team ... Craig William Hormann, b. 7/21/85 in Atlanta.

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