NEW ORLEANS, La. -- Arch Manning is a reluctant interview. He wants to play a lot more than to talk about himself.
That’s the same way he is with family. When word spread of an event where he would get an award, he told his inner circle they didn’t need to come. It was no big deal.
Cooper and Ellen Manning, his parents, recently learned he was voted a team captain from other sources. Not from their son.
Arch is described by others as a young man who loves to talk, but rather to draw others in. The nation’s top football prospect for 2023 gives freely around Isidore Newman School when it comes to his time.
When lunchtime rolls around, he will often pick out a new face. That is usually a freshman. He will ask them to join his group for lunch.
He doesn’t know them and wants them to feel welcome. His famous last name does not elevate him over anyone else in his world.
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