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Report: Arch Manning's Latest College Visit Is Underway

Arch Manning takes a snap in a high school game.

Arch Manning takes a snap for New Orleans (La.) Isidore Newman High.

As the multi-year recruitment of quarterback Arch Manning continues, the five-star prospect is undergoing his latest college visit. This time it's to an SEC powerhouse that has developed multiple NFL QBs.

According to Dawgs Daily, Manning is on campus at the University of Georgia from today through the weekend. Per the report, he will throw the ball and meet with the coaching staff during his stay.

Georgia is one of many schools to have given Manning a scholarship offer. Though they may find themselves waiting for a very long time to hear his answer.

Arch Manning is heading into his third year as starting quarterback at Louisiana's Isidore Newman High School. In his two years he's gone 18-3, throwing for 4,360 yards and 55 touchdowns while completing 66-percent of his passes.

Georgia will be the fifth and final school that Arch Manning visits this summer. He has already checked out four other national powerhouses: Alabama, Clemson, LSU and Texas.

247Sports currently ranks Manning as the No. 3 player in the Class of 2023. He is the No. quarterback in the country, and the No. 1 prospect from the state of Louisiana.

Between his talent in high school and his exceptional pedigree, he projects as an almost-immediate starter at any school in the country.

Every one of the schools recruiting Arch Manning will rolling out the red carpet for him. Georgia may not be the favorites right now for his signature, but if they don't get him in the end it won't be for a lack of trying.