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4-Star QB Jayden Daniels Names 11 Schools He Hears From Most

A detailed view of Alabama Crimson Tide helmets in a pile during the celebration after the CFP National Championship.

ATLANTA, GA - JANUARY 08: A detailed view of Alabama Crimson Tide helmets in a pile during the celebration after the CFP National Championship presented by AT&T at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on January 8, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. Alabama won 26-23. (Photo by

Jayden Daniels is one of the top quarterbacks in the class of 2019. Right now, his recruitment is still wide open.

Daniels stars for Cajon High School in San Bernardino, California. 247Sports' composite rankings have him as the No. 14 player from the state.

He is the No. 92 overall player in the class of 2019. Among dual-threat quarterbacks, he ranks second.

Daniels isn't ready to cut down his list or commit to any specific official visits. He did recently go into detail on the schools that he's hearing from the most, however.

Jayden Daniels told 247 that he hears from 11 schools the most:

“I’m talking a lot with Georgia, Cal, USC, Oregon, Utah, Penn State, Ole Miss, Alabama, Ohio State, Florida and Florida State,” Daniels said. “I probably have the most contact with Georgia, USC and Ole Miss, those schools hit me up every day.

“I’m planning to take some visits over Spring Break but don’t have anything set in stone right now. I’m planning to visit Florida, that one looks really good and I want to try and get out to Arizona and Arizona State as well.”

He added that UCLA was also trying to get him to campus. The Bruins have not yet offered the local star.

Overall, Daniels has 21 total scholarship offers so far. Expect that number to grow as we get further into this recruiting cycle.

Of those schools he listed, he has visited USC. The Trojans have offered, and could be the early favorite to land Daniels.

Only two recruiting experts have logged predictions for where Daniels will end up, but both have him as a Trojan. Time will tell if their early predictions bear out.

[247Sports]