Daniels could play on either side of the ball, but said the majority of his recruitment is coming on offense.
"I'm getting recruited mainly as a receiver but I'll play anything," said Daniels. "I also play defense, and could play safety or get bigger and play outside linebacker, but I like offense mostly."
Daniels said that aside from his five offers and the two Pac-12 schools he's thinking could be close, he has interest in a couple of other programs.
But Daniels has a chance to be the first Freedom player to ever go the BCS route.
"It's pretty exciting since we're still a newer school," said Daniels.
Daniels, who was stellar at the U.S. Army Combine, said he plans to do some camps this spring.
"I might do some stuff with FBU and then I want to go to the Nike Camp up here," said Daniels.
Academically, Daniels has a 3.0 and will take the SAT in the spring.
As a 2011 junior at Freedom, Daniels ran for 266 yards on 44 carries with four touchdowns, caught 30 passes for 526 yards and seven touchdowns and had 63 tackles, three pass breakups and an interception. He added two returns for touchdowns.