Draft Profile: BioSam Hartman from Oceanside Collegiate Academy High School was rated a 3-star recruit by ESPN and handed a 3-star grade by 247 Sports. After high school, Hartman opted to join Wake Forest.
In 2018 as a freshman Hartman saw action in 9 games for the Demon Deacons as he threw for a solid 1989 yards on 291 attempts with a completion percent of 55.3 for an average of 6.8 yards per pass, with a solid 16 TDs, while taking 23 sacks, and a solid QB rating of 83.5. He added 86 runs for a total of 424 yards at an average of 4.9 per run.
In 2019 as a sophomore he played in 4 games as he passed for a solid 830 yards on 99 attempts with a completion percent of 55.6 for an average of 8.4 yards per pass, with just 4 TDs, while also taking no sacks, and putting up a solid QB rating of 88.4.
As a junior in 2020 Hartman played a total of 9 games. He passed for an excellent 2224 yards on 274 attempts and put up a completion percentage of 58 for an average of 8.1 yards per attempt, with a solid 13 TDs, and allowing 25 sacks, with an excellent QB rating on the year of 92.5. As a runner he logged 40 runs for a total of 149 yards at an average of 3.7 per run.
In 2021 as a senior Hartman saw action in 14 games as he threw for an outstanding 4231 yards on 508 attempts with a completion percent of 58.9 for an average of 8.3 yards per pass, with an outstanding 39 TDs, while taking 37 sacks, and totaling a QB rating of 99.9. He added 88 runs for a total of 541 yards at an average of 6.1 per run.
Scouting Report: Strengths
- Good (not elite) arm strength and can easily make all the NFL throws with effortless deep passes.
- Possesses a strong right arm and is capable of making every NFL throw easily. Can drive the deep out to the sideline from the opposite hash and has no problem threading the needle between closing defenders. Easily zips to all areas of the field, demonstrating very good touch on underneath routes to running backs and receivers, as well as down the sideline on deep passes.
- Sprays the ball anywhere on the field, especially when given a pocket from which to deliver. Will step up into pocket while looking downfield, reset his feet and deliver.
- Ball placement is a strength. Hartman has the natural instincts to make plays when forced to improvise.
- Good accuracy overall, including excellent accuracy on short timing routes to backs and receivers, placing the ball slightly in front to lead receivers to potential yardage after the catch.
- Good zip and ball placement on the quick slant. Good touch down the seam and on post-corner, flag routes to attack the defense vertically and horizontally.
Scouting Report: Weaknesses
- Hartman has to clean up his throwing motion when he’s on the move. Hartman was often too quick to pull the ball down and take off, and Hartman seemed to have trouble sifting through moving parts in the middle of the field.
- Too often fails to give receivers a chance to make a play after the catch. High completion percentage padded by many quick screens.
- He’s clearly more effective when on the move, and many of his reads were half-field.
Scouting Report: SummaryHas impressed in early action. Against Clemson, this was particularly apparent where he put up 337 yds and 6 TDs. If he keeps it up - he will be looked at as a genuine pro starter.
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