The long awaited SEC season is scheduled to kick off in 24 days and it is becoming crunch time for players who are considering whether they will play or not this season. The LSU Tigers have seen a number of players recently make the choice to opt out, highlighted by receiver Ja'Marr Chase. Today at the University of Georgia, graduate transfer quarterback Jamie Newman has announced he will opt out of the season and instead prepare for the upcoming NFL Draft.
With the cancellation of the scheduled season opening game between Alabama and Southern Cal and many people pondering how the 2020 schedule will play out, could the Crimson Tide's first game of the upcoming year be against the Georgia Bulldogs?
If Alabama ultimately opens up its season with the Georgia Bulldogs, who will be the starting quarterback? Georgia just received news that the NCAA has granted immediate eligibility to transfer quarterback JT Daniels.
Former USC Trojan, JT Daniels has decided to transfer from Southern Cal to the University of Georgia. Daniels announced his decision to transfer in April. He decided to leave Southern Cal after suffering a season-ending knee injury early in the 2019 season. Daniels confirmed the move on his Twitter account today.
Alabama is set to play USC in just under five months in Arlington, Texas. The Trojans will likely be without one of its two talented quarterbacks. JT Daniels has entered the transfer portal according to AL.com's Matt Zenitz.