Jake Fromm's departure left Georgia with very few viable options at the quarterback position. But now, after two successful additions from the transfer portal, Georgia suddenly has a quarterback controversy.

The Bulldogs first landed Wake Forest quarterback Jamie Newman, one of the top graduate quarterbacks in the transfer market, this spring. As a graduate transfer, Newman was eligible to play right away and immediately became the favorite to be Georgia's starting quarterback in the fall.

Shortly after, however, the Bulldogs also landed a commitment from former USC starting quarterback JT Daniels. Daniels had three years of eligibility remaining but would need to receive a waiver in order to play immediately.