Wake Forest quarterback Sam Hartman has been ruled out indefinitely with a non-football medical condition according to the school.
Breaking from Wake Forest Fall Camp: quarterback Sam Hartman is out indefinitely. Statement below. pic.twitter.com/1uAi78Ny15
— Les Johns (@Les_Johns) August 10, 2022
Hartman sought medical attention following a workout on August 9 and will now be removed from team activities while he receives treatment.
In 2021, Hartman led Wake Forest to an 11-3 record and capped it off with a win over Rutgers in the Gator Bowl. He passed for 4,228 yards, 39 touchdowns and 14 interceptions on 58.9 percent completion last season. For his career, he has 9,266 passing yards, 72 touchdowns and 29 interceptions.
Dave Clawson has mentioned that Hartman will return this season and that Mitch Griffis will start in his place. Griffis has 56 passing yards for one touchdown and no interceptions in his college career. The former three-star recruit is entering his third year with the program.
Wake Forest opens up their season on September 1 against VMI.
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