Which transfer quarterback would you rather have leading your team this season: Kedon Slovis (Pitt), or JT Daniels (West Virginia)?
Slovis and Daniels both transferred into the two programs this offseason, and will compete in the Backyard Brawl to open the 2022-23 season.
Slovis played three seasons at USC, where he completed 652 of his 953 passing attempts (68.4%). He threw for 7,576 yards and 58 total touchdowns, while tossing 24 interceptions as well. This past season, he threw for 2,153 yards, 11 touchdowns, and eight interceptions.
Daniels played two seasons for USC and two for Georgia, playing 11 games in his freshman year and ten total games across his past three seasons. In that stellar freshman season for the Trojans, Daniels completed 216 of his 363 pass attempts, throwing for more than 2,600 yards with 14 touchdown passes.
Slovis’ career QBR is 150.2. Daniels’ is 142.5. Who gets your vote?