Arch Manning seems to be narrowing down his list of schools.

The 2023 five-star quarterback, who’s in his third season at Isidore Newman High School in Louisiana, is a big fan of the Texas Longhorns.

The junior spoke highly of Steve Sarkisian and the team in an interview after Isidore Newman’s’ 59-7 win over Pearl River on Friday.

“Obviously they are great in offense, offensive-minded,” Manning told Orangebloods.com about Texas and Sarkisian — admitting that Austin feels like “home.”

“They haven’t punted in two games. So, they’re really good, and they’re just laid back, good people,” he explained. “That’s the kind of guys I like.”

The 16-year-old nephew of NFL QB legends Peyton and Eli and grandson of Archie Manning Sr. balled out on Friday. He completed 25-of-33 passes and also rushed for 38 yards on four carries. 

Arch Manning seemed to like Steve Sarkisian’s University of Texas offering.
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Manning now has 871 yards passing and 12 touchdowns this season — bringing his career numbers to 5,231 and 67. 

Georgia and Texas are two schools Manning is reportedly considering,

Georgia Bulldogs fans show their support for recruiting Arch Manning
Arch Manning’s recruitment process has seen fans make their pitches, as well.
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Manning visited Tuscaloosa on Saturday to watch Alabama beat Ole Miss 42-21. He’s set to visit Ole Miss on Oct. 23, along with the University of Texas and Clemson University at some point.

Last month, Manning visited Georgia for the Bulldogs’ 40-13 win over South Carolina.





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