Arch Manning is putting in the work after his first semester of college and has surrounded himself with some top coaching talent, as well as an NFL quarterback.
Manning is expected to be a premium pick in the NFL Draft in a few years. And, barring a Will Levis-type situation, he could go No. 1 overall in 2026.
The 18-year-old has returned home to New Orleans after wetting his feet as a member of the Texas Longhorns. Admittedly, he didn’t set the world on fire over there but there’s a lot of time left to prove his worth.
Arch Manning Is Having An Interesting Break
Manning is now set to spend the summer with his family after working out with famous quarterback trainer David Morris, who is the founder of QB country, as well as Houston Texans quarterback Davis Mills.
While Mills isn’t a big-name signal-caller as far as NFL players go, Manning can learn a lot from him, especially as they bear many similarities. They both have huge arms and big frames and are both smooth passers of the football while they can also get the job done on the ground.
The Longhorns will start their fall camp in early August. Manning will head there as the third-string QB, but likely with a lot more experience under his belt.
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