Georgia QB JT Daniels has indicated his plans for the 2021 season.

In a post to Instagram, Daniels wrote “to be continued” with a picture of himself in a black Georgia jersey.

After Daniels burst on the scene with a 401-yard passing performance against Mississippi State, Daniels showed up in the first round of some NFL mock drafts.

Daniels threw for four touchdowns as Georgia held on for a 31-24 victory over Mississippi State as Daniels played for the first time since the 2019 opener with Southern Cal. He became the third quarterback to start for the Bulldogs and since he became the starter, the Georgia offense took on another dimension.

Daniels became the first Georgia quarterback to pass for more than 400 yards since Aaron Murray against Auburn in 2013, and the first to ever do it in his debut. One of the nation’s top high school prospects in 2018, Daniels earned Southern Cal’s starting job as a freshman. But after a knee injury in the opener of his sophomore season, he ultimately lost the starting job to Kedon Slovis and transferred to Georgia.

In the Peach Bowl win over Cincinnati, Daniels Daniels passed for 392 yards while he improved to 4-0 in four starts for Georgia.


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