After last season came to an early end, USC quarterback J.T. Daniels entered the transfer portal. He tore his ACL and his meniscus in a game against Fresno State in September. This caused him to reevaluate his school choice. In the end, he chose the Georgia Bulldogs, trading the Pac-12 for the SEC.
Daniels himself announced the transfer on Twitter on Thursday, along with an image.
In his shortened season with USC, Daniels completed 25 of 34 passes for 215 yards, one touchdown and one interception. 2018 yielded a 59.5 completion percentage, 2,672 yards and 14 touchdowns to 10 interceptions.
Daniels is the second USC quarterback to transfer in the 2020 offseason. Jack Sears also used the transfer portal to move to Boise State. Georgia lost its quarterback Jake Fromm in the 2020 NFL Draft, meaning Daniels will likely earn the starting job if next season takes place.
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