JT Daniels: Net worth| Wife| Recruiting| Colleges

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Quarterback JT Daniels announced his retirement from the game this week after playing football at the collegiate level for 6 seasons. Today we will discuss about JT Daniels: Net worth| Wife| Recruiting| Colleges.

JT Daniels: Net worth| Wife| Recruiting| Colleges

Jonathan Tyler Daniels (born February 2, 2000) is an American former college football quarterback who played for the USC Trojans and Georgia Bulldogs, where he won a CFP national championship as Stetson Bennett’s backup. He then transferred to the West Virginia Mountaineers and eventually played for the Rice Owls.

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Position Quarterback
Personal information
Born: February 2, 2000 (age 23)
Irvine, California, U.S.
Height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight 237 lb (108 kg)
Career history
College
  • USC (2018–2019)
  • Georgia (2020–2021)
  • West Virginia (2022)
  • Rice (2023)
Bowl games
  • Holiday Bowl (2019)
  • Peach Bowl (2021)
  • Orange Bowl (2021)
  • CFP National Championship (2022)
High school Mater Dei
(Santa Ana, California)
Career highlights and awards
  • CFP national champion (2021)

Net worth

JT Daniels: Net worth| Wife| Recruiting| Colleges

JT has a net worth of around $5 million.

Wife

Daniels, the son of Ali and Steve Daniels, was born in Irvine, Florida, United States. Additionally, his mother is Jewish, while his father is Catholic.

Recruiting

Quarterback JT Daniels, a former five-star recruit who started 29 games with the University of Southern California, the University of Georgia and West Virginia University, will transfer to Rice. With the start of the early signing period on Wednesday, Daniels joins an incoming class that is ranked 80th in the NCAA according to 247Sports’ composite rankings. According to head coach Mike Bloomgren, Daniels is one of the best quarterbacks he has recruited during his time as offensive coordinator at Stanford University.

Colleges

Jonathan Tyler Daniels is an American former college football quarterback who played for the USC Trojans and Georgia Bulldogs, where he won a CFP national championship as Stetson Bennett’s backup.

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