Notre Dame Football offers 2023 quarterback Arch Manning

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Notre Dame Football recently brought Steve Angeli aboard as a 2022 quarterback, and on Wednesday, they officially offered one of the elite arms in 2023.

The Notre Dame Football program is one of the best in the country, making it to two College Football Playoffs in the last three seasons. However, they have not been able to get over the hump in the biggest of games and have really been outplayed in a big way on the national stage.

Still, this is Notre Dame, and to receive an offer from this prestigious program still has to be a benchmark for any high school prospect. A national brand, to win at Notre Dame brings you lifetime recognition, though for one family, just having their name on the back of the jersey does that.

That family, of course, is the Mannings, who have produced multiple Super Bowl wins, Super Bowl MVP, MVPs, Pro Bowls, and much more. The trio of Archie, Eli, and Peyton have dominated the NFL landscape for decades, but it is another Manning brother, Cooper, who has the next prodigy living under his roof.

Notre Dame Football will have a lot of competition for Manning

On Wednesday morning, the Notre Dame Football program offered Arch Manning, Cooper’s son, one of the top arms in the 2023 recruiting class. Manning tossed 34 touchdowns as a freshman during the 2019 season, then followed that up by leading Isidore Newman to an undefeated season as a sophomore in the regular season.

Heading into his junior year, all eyes will be on the young Manning, as he continues to carve out a career for himself. He has the size, arm, and obviously bloodline to be an elite collegiate quarterback, and could be the next Manning shredding defenses in the NFL.

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Notre Dame is likely a longshot for Manning, but with how many top prospects are starting to lean Irish, the program is never out of it. Imagine Manning lighting up Notre Dame Stadium, leading the Irish to huge wins, and carrying on his family legacy in a gold helmet.