Sam Hartman Injury

The ACC’s already stacked position of quarterback received a much-needed boost in health on Tuesday. After being treated for a blood clot, Wake Forest’s senior quarterback Sam Hartman has been given the green light to play Saturday for the No. 23 Demon Deacons at Vanderbilt. The fifth-year junior, who is 23 years old, has been out since August but will now make his first start of the year.

It was originally reported that Hartman, who was second-team All-ACC last season after throwing for 39 touchdowns and rushing for another 11, would be out indefinitely due to a “non-football medical condition.” His progress has been deemed “acceptable,” according to the school, and he has recently undergone a “comprehensive series of medical evaluations.”

Hartman, according to Demon Deacon’s manager Dave Clawson, has been throwing and practicing on Sunday and Tuesday. Clawson bragged to the press that “he’s in shape” at the weekly presser.

Even yet, he didn’t spend all of his time doing anything. He’s been tossing the ball about for a while now. There have been so many repetitions piled up. A moment later, he was back on his bike. He’s looked great, and if there were any doubts, we wouldn’t be starting him.

With Hartman at the helm, Wake Forest won 11 games in 2016 and clinched the Atlantic Division title and the Gator Bowl with a 38-10 victory over Rutgers. And he’s one of only 16 quarterbacks in Power 5 history to ever throw for 50 touchdowns in a season.

On August 10th, however, the school reported that Hartman had gone to the hospital following a workout. Clawson has previously stated that Hartman had surgery and will make a return this season.

With 72 touchdown passes to his name, Hartman is the all-time leader at Wake Forest. He started as a freshman in 2018 but was injured and lost his job. He passed for 4,228 yards last year, which is also a record, and the Demon Deacons tied their record for most wins in a season with 10.

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Sam Hartman Injury

Wake Forest University offered him a full scholarship, and he took advantage of the opportunity. He quickly rose through the ranks to become the starting quarterback. He was one of five first-year quarterbacks to start the season opener versus Tulane for NCAA Division I FBS teams.

Against Tulane, he completed 31 of 51 passes for 378 yards and led his team to a victory in overtime. He made history by being the first freshman quarterback to start a game for his school.

Hartman threw for more yards than any other freshman in the country during the first three games of the season, and he threw for two or more touchdowns in every game. After a win on September 29 against Rice, in which he completed 12 passes in a row to tie the school record, he was awarded the ACC Conference Rookie of the Week. He was their leader as they went 4-4 before he was injured against Syracuse and missed the rest of the season.

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As a redshirt sophomore in 2020, he started all nine games, was named team captain, and returned to the starting lineup. In a 53-59 defeat against North Carolina, Hartman threw for 429 yards and four scores. Having thrown for 2,224 yards, he ended the season in the 28th position in the nation.

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