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I had no idea that there was another Manning coming up through the ranks.
Could this be our next Franchise QB?

 

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Lol I don’t mock. Never have. Was half joking, when talking to my old man last night he told me about him. I didn’t even know he existed.

Now I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t intriguing for me. I love the Mannings and they’re home grown. If he ends up a phenom as they say I’d be all for it.
Well... since high schools and colleges are shut down, maybe he can get early draft eligibility? :)
 

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Cooper was supposedly the most talented athlete of all of them but has some kind of disease or something that made it so he couldn't play sports. Don't remember what it's called.
Thought it was his back that he hurt or maybe it was some kind of condition he had with it. I don't remember either. But yes. I do remember he was supposedly gonna be the best of the bunch. Isn't he or wasn't he their agent?
 

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Cooper was diagnosed with Spinal Stenosis right before he was suppose to start at Ole Miss as a WR. He was told one wrong hit could have paralyzed him. It might be hereditary since it is the same thing that Peyton got at the end of his career.

As to Arch Manning, he might just be the best if them all, as QB and athletically, based on the talk around him. I can tell you one thing, from watching him play, he already looks better than a lot of HS Sr QBs and some college QBs, too. You sure don’t think its a 14 year old kid out there. I can hardly wait to see what happens as he grows and starts to fill out. He might be his generations GOAT!
 
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Cooper was diagnosed with Spinal Stenosis right before he was suppose to start at Ole Miss as a WR. He was told one wrong hit could have paralyzed him. It might be hereditary since it is the same thing that Peyton got at the end of his career.

As to Arch Manning, he might just be the best if them all, as QB and athletically, based on the talk around him. I can tell you one thing, from watching him play, he already looks better than a lot of HS Sr QBs and some college QBs, too. You sure don’t think its a 14 year old kid out there. I can hardly wait to see what happens as he grows and starts to fill out. He might be his generations GOAT!
Dang. I didn’t know that. And I just got diagnosed with that and a plethora of other spine issues. Wow.
 

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Dang. Starting varsity QB his freshman year. How would you like to have been an upperclassman QB at that school. Work your way up from freshman/JV, then a 14-year old Manning kid comes in and no chance for you.
if you do to Newman the threat is real. I would want to know the ages of any little Manning munchkins before I went there.

 

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He's class of 2023. He won't even be draft eligible until the 2027 draft which is a time frame so far, I'm vaguely melancholic about it. I mean, my God, I'd be turning 40 that year. No offense to current 40 year olds.
 

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Cooper was diagnosed with Spinal Stenosis right before he was suppose to start at Ole Miss as a WR. He was told one wrong hit could have paralyzed him. It might be hereditary since it is the same thing that Peyton got at the end of his career.

As to Arch Manning, he might just be the best if them all, as QB and athletically, based on the talk around him. I can tell you one thing, from watching him play, he already looks better than a lot of HS Sr QBs and some college QBs, too. You sure don’t think its a 14 year old kid out there. I can hardly wait to see what happens as he grows and starts to fill out. He might be his generations GOAT!
Oddly enough I helped Cooper carry an ice chest from his car to his house - i’d just walked Audubon park an happened to oass his house when he was trying to unload his car - he said all the kids were still asleep
He and Archie walk just the same at this point

Anyway yeah Arch is the real deal
Saw maybe 5 games this year and he’s legit
 

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Oddly enough I helped Cooper carry an ice chest from his car to his house - i’d just walked Audubon park an happened to oass his house when he was trying to unload his car - he said all the kids were still asleep
He and Archie walk just the same at this point

Anyway yeah Arch is the real deal
Saw maybe 5 games this year and he’s legit
Ain't it the truth, (Arch being the real deal)! This gangly kid runs on to the field looking all knees and elbows and turns into an amalgam of Archie, Peyton, & Eli the second he touches the ball. He is scary good! Unless something really bad happens over the next decade he may well be the best Manning of all.

I know it's just a highlight reel but it gives a good idea of his skills, extrapolate it from there and WHEW!

 

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Ain't it the truth, (Arch being the real deal)! This gangly kid runs on to the field looking all knees and elbows and turns into an amalgam of Archie, Peyton, & Eli the second he touches the ball. He is scary good! Unless something really bad happens over the next decade he may well be the best Manning of all.

I know it's just a highlight reel but it gives a good idea of his skills, extrapolate it from there and WHEW!

I'll be honest, I don't buy hype on high school kids easily. But I remember Peytons highlights and I don't remember seeing anything that impressive.
 

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I'll be honest, I don't buy hype on high school kids easily. But I remember Peytons highlights and I don't remember seeing anything that impressive.
I like the way he throws his receivers open. He's not just lobbing jump balls like a lot of prep QBs. :9:
That said, those Newman receivers look pretty good as well!
 

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Dang. Starting varsity QB his freshman year. How would you like to have been an upperclassman QB at that school. Work your way up from freshman/JV, then a 14-year old Manning kid comes in and no chance for you.
I’m sure he will end up a talent, but it’s not like Newman plays through a powerhouse schedule. He isn’t a freshman starting in the catholic league.
 

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