Ten SEC quarterbacks are expected to mentor young quarterbacks at this summer’s Manning Passing Academy, including Jackson Arnold of Oklahoma, who will spend time on the bayou during his first offseason as Oklahoma’s starting quarterback.

A report from Fox 8 in New Orleans claims that Arnold will be attending this year’s Manning Passing Academy in Thibodaux, Louisiana, the following month. This year’s Manning Passing Academy camp, which is hosted by the Manning family (Peyton, Eli, Cooper, and their father, Archie), is expected to have a number of well-known college quarterbacks as counselors, including Arnold.

Typically, the top college quarterbacks in the country serve as counselors for the camp’s players, who range in age from eighth graders to high school seniors.

According to a Fox 8 report, this year’s camp, which will take place on the Nicholls State campus from June 27 to 30, is anticipated to draw the largest crowd in the 29-year history of the Manning Passing Academy. The report states that 1,500 campers will be present this year.

In addition to Arnold, the following college quarterbacks are anticipated to work as counselors: Carson Beck of Georgia; Jalen Milroe of Alabama; Brady Cook of Missouri; Jaxson Dart of Ole Miss; Garrett Nussmeier of LSU; Quinn Ewer of Texas; Arch Manning (the grandson of Archie, nephew of Peyton and Eli); Graham Mertz of Florida; and Blake Shapen of Mississippi State.

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