It Sounds Like Arch Manning Thoroughly Enjoyed His Visit To Ole Miss, Speaking With Lane Kiffin

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  • Arch Manning walked away impressed after visiting Ole Miss on an unofficial visit last month.
  • Manning’s high school coach specifically said that Arch’s conversations with Ole Miss coaches went well.
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Arch Manning’s recruitment is wide open at this point seeing as how he doesn’t graduate high school until 2023, but every big-time program in the country is trying to impress the nephew of Eli and Peyton Manning.

Arch very well may be the most hyped and most sought-after recruit in the history of college football. Coming from the Manning family obviously has a lot to do with that, but so does his ability to throw a football.

Manning has taken a number of unofficial visits over the past few months and made a trip down to Oxford, Miss. to watch Ole Miss beat up on LSU in October.

It’s safe to assume that Arch’s grandfather Archie and his uncle Eli wouldn’t mind seeing him take his talents to Ole Miss, and based on reports about his visit to Oxford, there seems to be a chance that may happen.

Arch’s high school coach, Nelson Stewart, spoke to 247 Sports about his QB’s trip to Ole Miss and Rebel fans should certainly be pleased with what he had to say.

“He told me he really enjoyed talking to (Lane) Kiffin,” Stewart said. “(Arch) said it was fun talking to him before the game. He said everybody was really nice and he had a great time with his family.

“He just said he really enjoyed before the game on the field talking to (Jeff) Lebby and Kiffin and the environment was great. A great college town. He said it was probably the best conversation he had, and they were able to relate and talk, and it was an authentic good conversation. And he really enjoyed talking to them.”

A lot can obviously change between now and whenever Arch decides to commit to a school. Who knows if Lane Kiffin and Jeff Lebby will still be coaching at Ole Miss by then.

While Ole Miss appears to be in the. mix for Arch’s signature, Texas and Georgia both seem to have an inside edge on the Rebels at the moment.