Look at what Lane Kiffin says about watching Arch Manning’s game tonight.

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Lane Kiffin Teases That He’ll Be Watching Arch Manning’s Game Tonight

Lane Kiffin, the head coach at Ole Miss, has been relentless in his pursuit of quarterback Arch Manning, a highly touted recruit.

He also hinted at another recruiting effort on Friday.

On Twitter, Kiffin wrote, “Feels like a great night to go watch two great high school programs @EHSBRAthletics vs @NewmanAthletes (hashtag)GoKnights(hashtag)GoGreenies.”

Manning, the No. 1 quarterback, was named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in

The number one overall recruit in the 2023 class has expressed a strong desire to play for the Rebels in college.

In October of this year,

On March 23, the New Orleans native traveled to Oxford to watch Kiffin’s Ole Miss team defeat LSU 31-17.

At halftime, Eli Manning, Manning’s uncle, was wearing his famous No.

In a special ceremony, the number 10 jersey was retired.

Arch’s grandfather and father have also expressed interest in joining the Rebels program.

Manning is currently playing for Isidore Newman High School in his junior year.

The 6-foot-4, 215-pound quarterback has 1,675 yards and 24 touchdowns through eight games this season.

Manning has received offers from nearly every top program in the country, including Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, and Texas, as one of the most sought-after quarterback recruits in recent memory.

In the quarterfinals of the Division III LHSAA playoffs, Manning and Isidore Newman (6-2) will take on Episcopal (9-0).

Kiffin, it appears, will be present to witness it all.

Look at what Lane Kiffin says about watching Arch Manning’s game tonight.

Look: Lane Kiffin Hints He’ll Be Watching Arch Manning’s Game Tonight

Look: Lane Kiffin Hints He’ll Be Watching Arch Manning’s Game Tonight

Look: Lane Kiffin Hints He’ll Be Watching Arch Manning’s Game Tonight

Look: Lane Kiffin Hints He’ll Be Watching Arch Manning’s Game Tonight

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