KJ Daniels Committed to Oklahoma Sooners
Franklinton wide receiver Kelly “K.J.” Daniels of Louisiana made dreams come true Monday night when he announced his commitment to play for Oklahoma Sooners 2024 class.
He can defend like a big man while scoring like a shooting guard, making him ideal for Daryl Morey to acquire for less than market value and turn into rotation pieces.
KJ Daniels led USF to three conference titles as he amassed 10,501 passing yards and 77 touchdowns in three seasons, becoming an all-time leader for both passing yards and rushing. Standing 6-foot-4 and 185 pounds, Daniels is considered more of a dual threat quarterback despite playing against SEC defenses last season; his fearless running style was particularly effective against them. To reach his full potential as a pro quarterback he must hone his pass-catching skills further while remaining part of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity membership; additionally he has played basketball professionally for Meralco Bolts from Philippine Basketball Association in Philippine Basketball Association league games he also joined Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity while his brother Thomas Daniels served the Meralco Bolts professionally from Philippine Basketball Association league competition as well as Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity membership was.
Achievement and Honors
Daniels earned two All-District selections at high school and led his school to win its district championship. Additionally, he is an exceptional student. Additionally, he belongs to both Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation and Black Engineers Society as a member. Daniels would like a career in propulsion, defense and control systems.
As a sophomore, he earned a spot on the Big 12 All-Second Team after throwing for 2,014, 18 touchdowns, 425 yards rushing and seven scores, including being selected a Manning Award Star of Week and Davey O’Brien Great 8 list honoree.
Daniels is active with Manhattan Jewish Experience, an organization which engages young professionals in discovering Judaism in downtown New York City.
KJ Daniels is an enthusiastic supporter of both military and veterans causes, giving both his time and money to various charitable causes that aim to assist veterans of US Armed Forces. He’s involved with projects like American Legion’s Journey Home Project as well as NYC Veterans Foundation where his donations go.
In 2021, he was honored as District MVP and twice All-District selection in football while also participating in basketball and track & field. Rivals.com rated him a four-star recruit and placed him 41 overall for his class. Currently playing for TNT KaTropa of Philippine Basketball Association’s Governors Cup.
KJ McDaniels is an esteemed Basketball Player with an estimated net worth between $1-5 Million. Born 9 February 1993 in Birmingham, Alabama and currently 30 years old. His networth stems from being an experienced professional Basketball Player.
To determine your net worth, first create an inventory of your assets – cash, investments and real estate – along with liabilities such as mortgages, car loans and credit card debt. After creating this inventory of both, subtract debt value from asset value to arrive at your net worth figure.
Positive net worth indicates that your assets exceed the liabilities, providing a financial cushion in case of unexpected expenses. Conversely, negative net worth indicates that liabilities outstrip assets; which should not bode well for the state of your finances.