Arch Manning has been one of the highest profile quarterback recruits in recent memory and it appears that Manning is now honing in on three schools.
According to 247Sports, Manning’s family has confirmed the 18-year-old has three official visits scheduled in June: Georgia, Alabama and Texas — in that order.
Manning has visited with these programs multiple times already and the official visits could very well be a final sales pitch to land the five-star recruit.
All three programs have plenty to offer, particularly Georgia and Alabama, which are perennial national championship contenders — with the former winning the title game last season.
Texas is another program with a storied history which head coach Steve Sarkisian is hoping to turn into a title contender as he enters his second season with the Longhorns.
Manning has spoken highly of all three programs recently as fans await a much-anticipated decision from the nation’s top quarterback recruit.
The son of Cooper and nephew of Eli and Peyton, Arch is entering his senior season at Isidore Newman High School in New Orleans.
The 6-foot-4, 220-pound quarterback has thrown for 6,307 yards and 81 touchdowns and has shown the ability to be a mobile quarterback as well, rushing for 742 yards and 19 touchdowns.
Manning has not indicated a timetable on a decision.