- Lane Kiffin is a world-class recruiter and he is using instagram to make his intentions clear.
- He only follows one person on the social media app and it’s Ole Miss’ biggest target.
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It was only this year that Lane Kiffin joined Instagram. Knox, aka Knoxford, the son 46-year-old head coach of the Ole Miss Rebels created the account for his dad back in May.
This is Knoxford Kiffin go follow my dads new Instagram I made him!! @thereallanekiffin
— Lane Kiffin (@Lane_Kiffin) May 12, 2020
Although the account exists, he has only posted one time and that post came on this past week. He encouraged the students in Oxford to get out to the game and have Vaught-Hemingway Stadium rocking.
With the official checkmark beside his name, @thereallanekiffin has 10.4k followers. However, he only follows one person and it’s absolutely savage.
As Kiffin and Ole Miss look ahead toward future recruiting classes, there is one big name in mind. His father Cooper is a Rebel icon, his uncle Eli is a Rebel football superstar, and his grandfather Archie is a Rebel football legend.
If you haven’t caught on by now, that player is Arch Manning. He is the only person in the entire world that Lane Kiffin follows on Instagram.
Only Arch and nobody else.
Manning, the top player in the 2023 recruiting class per every website imaginable, has had quite the legacy come before him. There is a lot of the recruitment process that still has to unfold and the family is keeping his decision very close to their chest— as they should.
Cooper Manning is one of the best people around and he is helping to encourage his son to look beyond the family ties without pressuring him into a decision. With that being said, if Arch decides that he wants to join the Rebel lineage, his father and family would surely be pumped.
Manning visited the Georgia game over the weekend and has multiple visits set up this season. He will be in Alabama for the Tide’s game against Ole Miss on Oct. 2, at Texas on Oct. 14, at Clemson on Oct. 30 and at Ole Miss on Oct. 23.