Daniels transferred to Georgia in May after a two-season stint at USC. He was granted eligibility to play in 2020 but missed the Bulldogs' season opener due to a torn ACL he suffered during the 2019 opener.
Daniels will likely be a major boost to Georgia's offense, as the team's starting quarterback role appears to be up for grabs.
The Bulldogs benched D'Wan Mathis in their season-opening matchup against Arkansas after Mathis threw an interception and completed less than 50% of his passes in the first half.
Junior Stetson Bennett replaced Mathis and amassed 211 yards and two touchdowns during Georgia's 37-10 victory.
Daniels completed 59.5% of his pass attempts for 2,672 yards with 14 touchdowns and 10 interceptions through 11 games as a freshman with the Trojans.