Georgia QB JT Daniels juggles schedule, won’t attend Manning Passing Academy

Quarterback JT Daniels will be in the national spotlight when Georgia opens against Clemson on Sept. 4. (Curtis Compton/AJC)
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ATHENS — Georgia quarterback JT Daniels won’t be attending the Manning Passing Academy as previously planned on account of a scheduling conflict.

The Bulldogs’ quarterback has a busy week ahead between moving out of his apartment this weekend and recently being selected by Kirby Smart to represent Georgia along with Jordan Davis at the SEC Kickoff event in Hoover, Ala., next week.

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Daniels, who is tops among SEC players in the recently released Heisman Trophy odds, will also continue to lead the Bulldogs through workouts as they prep for the 7:30 p.m. opening game against Clemson at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C.

Daniels has attended the Manning Passing Academy before, working the camp alongside former Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow and former UGA quarterback Jake Fromm in 2019.

ESPN’s Chris Mortensen has reported more than 50 college quarterbacks will be on hand, including Ole Miss quarterback Matt Corral and Alabama quarterback Bryce Young.

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