ESPN‘s Pete Thamel reported that Georgia quarterback JT Daniels is anticipated to visit West Virginia on the weekend of April 9.
Sources: Georgia transfer quarterback JT Daniels has officially set a visit to West Virginia on the weekend of April 9th. This is his third official visit of the spring, as he’s already been to Missouri and Oregon State. He’ll decide in the next few weeks.
— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) March 31, 2022
Daniels has already stopped at Missouri and Oregon State early this year, and West Virginia will be his final meeting prior to a decision being made. One of these three schools will serve as his third collegiate team. Most recently, Daniels left the Bulldogs after compiling 148 completions on 213 attempts for 1,953 yards and 17 touchdowns. Prior to his two-season stint in Athens, he spent time with current WVU offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Graham Harrell at USC in 2018 and 2019. Daniels spent his first two collegiate seasons banged up quite a bit; a concussion in 2018 sidelined him. A season-ending knee injury in 2019’s opener against Fresno State then benched him indefinitely, but it served to redshirt him and prolong his collegiate career.
After entering the transfer portal on Jan. 19, he will have two seasons of eligibility remaining. The news of his final decision will be announced in the coming weeks.