Sam Hartman’s time at Wake Forest is coming to an end.

Hartman has officially entered the transfer portal after 5 seasons at Wake Forest. Last Friday, Hartman played his final game for Wake Forest against Missouri in the Gasparilla Bowl.

He led the Demon Deacons to a 27-17 win over the Tigers in Tampa, Florida. In the bowl game win, Hartman passed for 3 touchdowns, 1 interception, and 280 yards. In the process, he broke the ACC’s all-time passing touchdowns record. The record-breaking 108th touchdown came in the first quarter of the bowl game.

The Gasparilla Bowl was expected to be Hartman’s final game as a Demon Deacon. While it was unclear what his next plan was going to be, Hartman was going to either declare for the 2023 NFL Draft or enter the transfer portal. Wake Forest head coach Dave Clawson knew that Hartman transferring from Wake Forest was a possibility. Notre Dame has been linked as a possible destination for Hartman in the transfer portal.

In 5 seasons at Wake Forest, Hartman recorded 12,967 passing yards, 110 touchdowns, and 41 interceptions. He will be remembered as an all-time great quarterback in Wake Forest and ACC history.

Hartman will look for a final season of college football in 2023.