'19 QB Jayden Daniels Talks Nevada Offer, Pac-12 Favorites

There's a strong crop of quarterbacks in the 2019 West Coast class and San Bernardino (Calif.) Cajon signal caller Jayden Daniels is another one we feel projects as a BCS level player.


We've been watching quarterback Jayden Daniels since he was just a freshman and every time we see him he gets a little better and a little taller too.

Daniels has grown and is now 6-2, 175 pounds but still shows the feet and athleticism to make plays with his legs. He has matured as a pocket passer as well and shows poise and leadership plus the ability to get the ball out on time and accurately.

Daniels looked very good at the recent Pylon 7v7 tournament and with two more years of development, shows a lot of promise. He's a very good student as well, a natural leader and we expect his recruitment to take off over the next year.

The Nevada Wolf Pack was Daniels first offer and he's planning to visit over the summer. He also visited  UNLV  following the Pylon tournament last weekend and could camp at USC over the summer. 

To hear Daniels talk about his timeframe for making a decision as well as the three Pac-12 schools he called his childhood favorites, check out the video above:

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