Georgia Soccer QB JT Daniels ranks 23rd on the QB in Faculty Soccer
College football season is just around the corner with less than 60 days until Georgia heads to Charlotte, NC to play the Clemson Tigers in a highly anticipated matchup of the top five football teams.
As the season approaches, there are many opinions to decipher, including Pro Football Focus ranking Georgia quarterback JT Daniels 23rd overall in college football.
Their reasons for rating Daniels so low were largely due to what they called plays where he “put the ball in danger”.
“The hype surrounding JT Daniels Heisman may have to be tempered a little. Yes, he is a former five-star recruit and had one of the best performances of the 2020 season on his debut as Georgia Bulldog, but his three appearances in addition to his previous game are cause for concern. ”
They went on by saying that if he repeated his debut against Mississippi State, he might get into this high-level discussion.
“He got a PFF rating of 95.0 against Mississippi State that night and made six big throws. But Daniels only got a 68.5 mark on his other three appearances, including four salable games against Cincinnati in the Peach Bowl.”
Daniels was ranked behind SEC quarterbacks Bryce Young, Alabama, Connor Bazelak (Missouri), Emory Jones (Florida), Myles Brennan (LSU) and Matt Corral (Ole Miss).
To sum up, PFF thinks Young, a Redshirt newbie with no career starts, is better than Daniels. They believe Junior Emory Jones is better than Daniels with no starts. They think Senior Myles Brennan, who has played 18 games in total, is better than Daniels.
There is no real explanation here. While players like Young and Jones have been cast in doubt because of their high school talent, Daniels is held liable for newbie stats and some “profitable games” that did not generate sales.
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