West Virginia Mountaineers quarterback JT Daniels has announced he will enter the transfer portal. The upperclassman quarterback has at least one year of eligibility left and could apply for a medical redshirt because of an injury he suffered earlier in his college career. Daniels will be joining his fourth college program with this transfer. He began his career with the USC Trojans before heading to the Georgia Bulldogs before finally settling with the West Virginia Mountaineers. There should be a fairly long list of power five programs that seek his services next season due to his experience.
West Virginia QB JT Daniels plans to re-enter the transfer portal, source confirms to @TheAthletic. Just to recap:
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In his college football career with the USC Trojans, Georgia Bulldogs, and West Virginia Mountaineers, JT Daniels has completed 589 passes for 6,947 yards, 45 touchdowns, and 25 interceptions on 937 passing attempts. He also has one rushing touchdown in his college football career. Daniels has had a hard time finding the right fit within a program but continues to play well despite the constant changes. This transfer will lead him to his fourth program which is a rare territory in college, especially for a quarterback. He is likely hoping his next destination will be his final one if he plays for two more years so he can enjoy his last games in college football.