Report: 5-star QB Arch Manning sets up three official visits, including Georgia

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The recruitment for Arch Manning, the nation’s No. 1 overall player for the class of 2023, is continuing to heat up.

Manning, the nephew of Peyton and Eli Manning, just wrapped up spring camp and is set to begin his senior season at Isidore Newman High School in New Orleans, Louisiana. In the meantime though, Manning plans to focus on his recruitment and has locked in three official visits to major programs.

Manning’s family tells 247Sports that the quarterback will be visiting Georgia the first weekend in June (June 3-5). Alabama and Texas will receive visits over the next two weekends.

The Georgia Bulldogs, who have solidified themselves as a major contestant for the nation’s No. 1 overall recruit, were heavily discussed by Manning when he met with 247 earlier this month.

“Athens is probably the best college town I’ve ever been to,” Manning said.

“I love coach Kirby (Smart) and he’s a real normal guy, a great coach. Georgia, the takeaway from practice there, is that they have athletes all over the field, especially on the defensive line. They have some studs and it shows: they had 15 players drafted.”

Georgia has received multiple visits from Manning, most recently in mid-March. He was also in attendance for Georgia’s victory over South Carolina in the fall.