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Georgia Bulldogs QB Stetson Bennett to see 5-Star QB Arch Manning at Manning Passing Camp

June 20, 2022
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ATHENS - Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Stetson Bennett is headed to camp with 5-star QB Arch Manning‍ and his family at the annual Manning Passing Academy

No word on if Manning himself will be committed to anyone by the time the camp starts later this week, but the 5-star UGA target took the last of his scheduled three official visits this week to Texas. He previously visited Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide as well as Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs. 

Bennett is one of 12 SEC quarterbacks scheduled to be in Thibodaux, La. The four day even starts this Thursday and incudes a skills competition between the college counselors. Bennett is the only national-title winning signal caller set to take part in the camp. 


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He will be joined by the slew of SEC quarterbacks - including Alabama’s Bryce Young, who won the Heisman Trophy last winter - as well as Ohio State’s C.J. Stroud. Former UGA and USC QB J.T. Daniels, who transferred to West Virginia in the offseason, was not listed as a counselor in this year’s Manning Camp according to reporting from The Times-Picayune. Bennett, Stroud and Young are among the players listed by FanDuel as candidates to win the Heisman. Stroud is listed as the favorite (+200).  

The Manning family has been synonymous with football in America - particularly in the South - for decades. Archie was a star quarterback at Ole Miss before being selected No. 2 overall in the 1971 NFL Draft. He is most remembered for his time as quarterback of the Saints. Peyton went to Tennessee where he was a consensus All-American 1997. He was drafted No. 1 overall by the Colts and went on to win a Super Bowl with the franchise before winning one with the Broncos. 

Eli started 45 games at Ole Miss, one of which was a 31-28 Cotton Bowl victory over Oklahoma State in 2003. He was a first-round pick of the Giants and won Super Bowl XLII and Super Bowl XLVI over Tom Brady’s Patriots. Cooper played at Ole Miss before career-ending injury stop his college career at receiver. He was a two-time all-state receiver at Newman, where his son Arch plays. Arch is a 5-star quarterback prospect who will decide between Texas, Alabama and Georgia and sign in the class of 2023. 

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