Georgia quarterback J.T. Daniels has reportedly narrowed his transfer list down to three schools.
According to college football insider Pete Thamel, Daniels, who's set to make his decision after he graduates from Georgia this spring, is currently on a visit with the Oregon State football program. Missouri and West Virginia are also still in the mix to land the highly-sought-after transfer.
"Oregon State returns a majority of the offensive line, and there’s an attraction to playing for a quarterback-friendly head coach like Jonathan Smith. The vibe of the program has been appealing to Daniels," Thamel wrote.
The college football world took to Twitter to react to this news.
"Certainly some choices. Hope it works out for him," one fan wrote.
"Ohh this would be fun. Daniels in that offense would succeed," football insider Geoff Schwartz said of Daniels' potential fit with Oregon State.
Several fans pointed out the fact that former Auburn quarterback Bo Nix recently announced his transfer decision to join the Oregon Ducks.
This will be the second transfer of Daniels' college football career. After starting his career as a five-star recruit for the USC Trojans, the talented young QB made his way to Athens to join the Bulldogs in 2020.
Where do you think Daniels should head next?