Is there anything that Arch Manning can’t do?
The five-star quarterback is considered the nation’s No. 1 recruit for the 2023 class. He has the potential to be one of the highest rated quarterback prospects in history, regardless of class.
Manning is Texas’ primary target for the 2023 cycle and it feels as if they’ve put all their eggs in one basket to try and land the New Orleans native. The nephew of Peyton and Eli is seriously considering programs such as Georgia, Clemson, Alabama, Texas and Ole Miss.
We’ve all seen numerous highlight reels of his arm, but Manning showcased what he’s capable of doing on the ground on Friday night. Isidore Newman took on Metairie Park Country Day, and when Manning felt immediate pressure, he took off on a run.
The 6-foot-4, 215-pound quarterback plowed through the opposing defense.
Manning’s fall visit schedule includes another trip to Austin on Oct. 16 when the Longhorns take on Oklahoma State. He will have already visited Georgia and Alabama at that point, and will conclude his visits with trips to Ole Miss and Clemson.
]It goes without saying that landing Manning would be a monumental recruiting win for head coach Steve Sarkisian and his staff.