JT Daniels Is Transferring For The Third Time: REPORT

JT Daniels is reportedly back on the move.

The West Virginia quarterback is heading to the transfer portal with at least one season of eligibility remaining, according to Pete Thamel. Daniels could score another year if he gets a medical redshirt waiver for the 2019 season when he tore his ACL.

JT Daniels is looking for a new team.

This will now be Daniels third time transferring in his college career. He started at USC, transferred to Georgia, moved to West Virginia and will now be onto his fourth team since starting his college football career.

Despite all the movement, he's managed to put up some decent stats along the way, and was a member of Georgia's national title team last season.

In his career, he's thrown for 6,947 yards, 45 touchdowns and 25 interceptions. He also has completed 62.9% of his passes in his career.

The talented passer was supposed to be the man at Georgia, but ultimately was sidelined with health issues. He never regained the starting job after the ascension of Stetson Bennett and the rest is history.

Where will Daniels go from here? That's anybody's best guess, but given how many QBs are in the portal, there will definitely be a race among the best ones to find good landing spots.