Wake Forest QB Sam Hartman (medical) cleared to return

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One of the top quarterback prospects in the country is returning to the field after missing the start of the season due to a medical condition.

Wake Forest’s Sam Hartman has been cleared to return to action, per ESPN’s Pete Thamel.

Here are some more details from Thamel’s report:

Tuesday, Wake Forest acknowledged Hartman was diagnosed with Paget-Schroetter syndrome — also known as effort thrombosis — a blood clot often associated with repeated strenuous activity.

Hartman underwent surgery on Aug. 9 to have the clot removed, and a follow-up ultrasound Friday confirmed he had no signs of additional clotting.

Hartman put up huge numbers last year while leading the Demon Deacons to the ACC title game. It’s possible he’ll be able to play in Saturday’s game against Vanderbilt.

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