HOOVER, Ala. — Recent college football history has shown the ample possibilities of a quarterback’s second year in an offense. Names like Joe Burrow, Tua Tagovailoa and Justin Fields serve as prime examples of quarterbacks who, with time and experience, flourished above expectations in their second season.

In 2021, one possible signal-caller to follow in suit is Georgia’s JT Daniels. Daniels, who spent the team’s first six games on the sideline, took the reins to the Bulldog offense and led the way to a 5-0 finish on the year. In those five games, he threw for 1,231 yards and ten touchdowns, including an electrifying last-minute victory in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.

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