JT Daniels Chooses Fourth School With Rice Commitment, per Report

JT Daniels Chooses Fourth School With Rice Commitment, per Report

JT Daniels, quarterback, has moved to a new college for the third time in his professional career.

Daniels, who started his college career at USC, before moving on to Georgia and West Virginia.RiceFor his sixth season, According to ESPN’s Pete Thamel. It will be Daniels third team change in the same number of years.

Daniels was a five star prospect and was named National Player of Year by Gatorade in 2017. In ’18, he was a true freshman at USC and was offered the starting job. However, he suffered a devastating knee injury that ended his season. He spent the next two seasons at Georgia, mostly as a backup player but he performed well when he was allowed to play. He completed 69.5% his passes for 1,953 yards and 17 touchdowns over nine games. He was also a member the Bulldogs’ 2021 National Championship team.

Daniels threw for 2,107 yard, 13 touchdowns, and nine interceptions in West Virginia’s 10 games this season. The Mountaineers finished the year at 5-7.

According to Thamel, Rice head coach Mike Bloomgren had tried to land Daniels the two previous times he transferred. Daniels liked the Owls’ pro-style offense system and the chance to play for Marques Tuiasosopo, their offensive coordinator.

Daniels has thrown for 6,947 yards, 45 touchdowns, and 25 interceptions over his entire career. In 31 games.

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