JT Daniels has entered the transfer portal, meaning the former five-star quarterback recruit might be on the move from USC. Daniels is apparently making this decision under the assumption he won't have to sit out a year. The NCAA is believed to be close to approving a rule that would allow one-time transfer with no penalty. If that's the case, Daniels could be starting somewhere else this fall.

Daniels entered his sophomore season in 2019 buoyed by a ton of hype. That disappeared quickly as he tore his ACL and meniscus in the first half of USC's opening game. While he recovered, freshman Kedon Slovis lit up the Pac-12, leaving Daniels without his starting gig. It makes sense that he'd move on if his spot is no longer available and he can play right away.

Here is a look at four potential landing spots for Daniels.