Arch Manning, son of Cooper is entering Isadore Newman high school in New Orleans and made his footb
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Arch Manning, son of Cooper and nephew of Eli and Peyton Manning, is entering Isadore Newman high school in New Orleans and made his football debut on Friday...



(The Big Lead)

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Hopefully, if he is as good as the hype we have a solid chance at landing him. Coach O at one point was not a fan of LSU. Now he's the coach.
Reply6 months
The next chapter in the book of Manning.
Reply10 months
Bama’s next great
Reply10 months
You can count on that never happening.
10 months
O needs to be the first to make an offer!
Reply10 months
Not happening. That kid is Ole Miss all the way.
10 months
He already has.
10 months
Built like Archie but plays like PM18
Reply10 months
He won't be coming to LSU guys.
Reply10 months
Not putting a lot of air under the ball. All he release. Probably ULM in this kids future.
Reply10 months
He’s an eighth grader lol
10 months
Not a lot of air? We watch the same video? Looked like hes throwing pop flies
10 months
Looked pretty darned polished for a rising freshman.
Reply10 months
Threw nice balls
Reply10 months
Threw nice balls
Reply10 months
Football in May?
Reply10 months
Spring scrimmages
10 months
Can we has?
Reply10 months
Quality receivers make Arch look good too. They're going to have a lot of fun in high school!
Reply10 months
He’s 13, that shite is impressive
10 months
You wouldn't think Newman would have quality receivers on the up and up...
10 months
LSU’s first Manning boy.
Reply10 months
What if he goes to bama?
10 months
Arch? What kinda bull shite is that.
Reply10 months
He got brothers named Heel and Instep.
10 months
Even Meghan and Harry named their new baby after Archie Manning.
10 months
Archibald
10 months
He's lucky Buras no longer exists
Reply10 months
They have to play South Plaquemines...
10 months
skinny little arms. But he will be buff i'm sure soon enough
Reply10 months
All his uncles are scrawny.
10 months
Dude he’s in 8th grade. Throwing TD passes on varsity.
10 months
He's in 8th grade but he was held back a year....he's 15. He's 6'1" and will be bigger and faster than Peyton...this kid is something special.
10 months
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