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Former 5-Star QB Recruit JT Daniels Reportedly Visiting SEC Program

JT Daniels drops back to pass.

ATLANTA, GEORGIA - JANUARY 01: Quarterback JT Daniels #18 of the Georgia Bulldogs rolls out during the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl against the Cincinnati Bearcats at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on January 01, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images)

Georgia quarterback JT Daniels is expected to have a new home next season, but there's no guarantee he'll be playing in a new conference.

According to a report from DawgNation, Daniels is expected to visit Missouri this weekend. ESPN insider Pete Thamel recently named Missouri as a potential landing spot for the former five-star quarterback.

Oregon State and West Virginia are also considered potential destinations for Daniels, but there's no telling where he'll go at this time.

In five games at Georgia last season, Daniels completed 68-of-94 passes for 722 yards, seven touchdowns and three interceptions.

Unfortunately for Daniels, injuries prevented him from retaining his status as Georgia's starting quarterback. Stetson Bennett took over the job and never looked back.

Missouri has an opportunity to emerge as the No. 1 landing spot for Daniels. But first, the program must take care of business this weekend.

Landing a talented quarterback like Daniels would be a huge win for Eli Drinkwitz's program, that's for sure.

Where do you think JT Daniels will play football next season?