A top quarterback recruit is reportedly planning to flip his commitment.
According to a report from Ari Wasserman of The Athletic, “a big-time QB” will be flipping their commitment plans tomorrow. Wasserman didn’t offer any hints as to who it could be, so for now, it’s simply a guessing game.
The term “big-time QB” doesn’t exactly narrow down the playing field that much. But one of the biggest possibilities that comes to mind is Arch Manning, who announced his commitment to the Texas Longhorns back in June.
Arch is the son of Cooper Manning, the grandson of former NFL quarterback Archie Manning and the nephew of Peyton and Eli Manning. The latter two each won a pair of Super Bowl championships in their illustrious careers.
If Arch ends up being the quarterback who changes his commitment, it promises to greatly change the NCAA landscape. The Alabama Crimson Tide, LSU Tigers and reigning national champion Georgia Bulldogs were among the top programs who also targeted Manning.
This “big-time QB” isn’t going to be the only notable prospect at the position to have changed their commitment. Earlier this week, five-star recruit and quarterback Dante Moore flipped his commitment from the Oregon Ducks to the UCLA Bruins.
Moore plays at Martin Luther King High School in Detroit, Michigan, and he led the school to consecutive Division 3 State Championships.
Regarding other potential commitment flips, another school to watch here is the University of Colorado Buffaloes. The school signed Pro Football Hall of Famer and ex-Jackson State Tigers coach Deion Sanders to a lucrative contract. The Buffaloes recently landed a top running back prospect in Dylan Edwards, who had previously committed to Notre Dame and Kansas.
However, Sanders has already stated that his son, Shedeur, will be Colorado’s starting quarterback in 2023. So it feels unlikely that the “big-time QB” recruit will end up in Colorado.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.