JT Daniels expected to visit SEC East school this weekend

Per a report from Mike Griffith of DawgNation, Georgia quarterback JT Daniels is expected to visit the Missouri Tigers this weekend.

Via Griffith:

The Tigers were the first program to call Daniels after he entered into the NCAA transfer portal in January after meeting with Coach Kirby Smart.

Daniels entered the transfer portal shortly after Georgia won the national championship in January.

Pete Thamel of ESPN reported last week that Daniels took a visit to Oregon State. In that report he noted that both Missouri and West Virginia were also in the mix for the former 5-star quarterback.

Daniels, who transferred to UGA from USC two years ago, is expected to graduate from Georgia this spring before enrolling at his new university.

Daniels started multiple games for Georgia in 2020 and was expected to be the starting quarterback for Georgia’s 2021 season. He started against Clemson and made another start against South Carolina. He was diagnosed with a strained oblique muscle, propelling Stetson Bennett into the starting spot.

Daniels was the nation’s No. 2 ranked recruit in the class of 2018 and enrolled at USC before transferring to UGA in May of 2020.

He was 7-0 as Georgia’s starting quarterback, including both 2020 and 2021.


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