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Arch Manning, nephew of Peyton and Eli, chooses to play with Texas Longhorns

In the history of American football in the United States, there are a few families of lineage. One of them is the Manning family, which he already has his next star in the oven.

Archie Manning began the history of the family name in American football. With the University of Ole Miss he began to shine in college football and it was inevitable to reach the NFL.

Archie Manning con los Saints

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He was the second pick in the 1971 Draft and although his career in the NFL was not as good as in college, he left a legacy with his last name with two of his sons who are legend.

Peyton Manning is the son of Archie and also went through the University of Tennessee. After, came to the NFL with the Colts and became one of the best QBs in league history.

But, he’s not the only Archie son to shine in college football and the NFL. Eli Manning shone with Ole Miss and in the big leagues with the New York Giants.

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A new star in the Manning family

Peyton and Eli Manning turned their talents into four Super Bowl winstwo each, in addition, made the surname become something successful in the NFL.

The Mannings already have the next star brewing to be the third generation in the NFL. Arch ManningArchie’s grandson and Peyton and Eli’s nephew, was recruited by one of the big universities.

Arch Manning pledged as the new QB for the Texas Longhornsbeing the best player in the class of 2023 and that several renowned Universities were after him.

Archie’s grandson was in Isidore Newman at New Orleans High School, where He threw for 5,731 yards for 72 touchdown passes. in his first three years.

Why is Arch Manning’s relationship with the University of Texas important? Easy, he is the first QB ranked in the top 20 since Garrett Gilbert in 2009.

Third generation families in the NFL

Family First Generation (Draft) Second Generation (Draft) Third Generation (Draft)
Deal Jake (1964, Cowboys) Craig (1990, Giants) Cooper (2017, Rams)
Chickillo Nick (1953, Cardinals) Tony (1983, Bucs) Anthony (2015, Steelers)
Matthews Clay Sr. (1949, Rams) Clay Jr (1978, Browns) y Bruce (1983, Oilers) Clay III, Casey, Kevin y Jake
Pyne George II (no draft, 1931,) George III (1965, Patriots) Jim (1994, Bucs)
Higgins-Suhey Bob Higgins (no draft, 1921, Canton) Steve Suhey (1948, Steelers) Matt Suhey (1980, Bears)

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