Arch Manning is Being Pressured to Play Football at LSU

Cooper Manning
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Arch Manning, the nephew of Super Bowl champions Peyton and Eli Manning, still has several years before he'll be ready to play in college. But that doesn't mean the young quarterback isn't already being pressured to play somewhere.

According to his father Cooper, family friends want Arch to play at LSU. On top of that one of Arch's good friends just committed there.

Via 247 Sports:

"It's funny. All my good friends locally in New Orleans are big LSU fans so they've been giving him a hard time for a long time about coming up to Baton Rouge," Cooper said. "They've got a great program and Coach O has done unbelievable. Arch is friends with Walker Howard, just committed there. They're good buddies for a long time and I know Jamie well. "They've got it going right now, no question. It's exciting to see. Great for the state and great for the SEC."

It's good to hear we have another generation of Mannings on their way. College Football and the NFL needs a Manning playing until the end of time.

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