Don't think it really matters much.Won't matter too much in our universe. They will be off to the SEC soon and who cares at that point.
Surprised the Manning family thought this was a good idea. Unless the Horns magically win this Big 12 this year and make the playoffs, I wonder if he will still stay committed.
I've been getting a laugh out of the A&M fans who are salty about this committment, complaining that UT paid $$$ to land himSomeone mentioned to me today that he is second highest paid member of the UT team behind only Coach Sark. The number I heard was around $4 million. The source I have is a well informed Aggie.
Speaking of Ewers, maybe that’s part of the plan here: Sign out of high school with whoever pays best, then reenter the market for another payday in year 2.I will guess if all goes as hoped, Quinn Ewers, #1 2021 recruit, plays two years and goes to the NFL while #1 2023 recruit, Manning, sits one year.
Article said he hasn’t been very active in that arena actually, whatever that means.Just curious what his NIL total is?
If I remember correctly, many have said that Cooper had more talent than any of them, but injuries ruined his athletic career.Will follow in the football legacy of his dad,,,,Cooper Manning.
I think Cooper was the most athletic of the three, but that is far from being the most talented. Cooper committed to Ole Miss as a WR. Can you imagine Peyton or Eli playing WR? Or any other position in football than QB? Me neither.Article said he hasn’t been very active in that arena actually, whatever that means.
If I remember correctly, many have said that Cooper had more talent than any of them, but injuries ruined his athletic career.
I disagree on this one. This is the highest profile QB to enter college in a long time. He is not going to be a part of a sub 500 team or one that is not winning consistently. Bama, LSU, UGA all have championships in recent years.Don't think it really matters much.
Out of schools he was supposedly considering....Bama, UGA, LSU, Florida, Ole Miss and Texas, four of those schools have one playoff appearance combined in the 9-year playoff era. This idea that you have to make the playoffs or kids will jump ship is pretty silly.