For the first time in over a year, the NCAA will be lifting restrictions on recruiting starting June 1. College football prospects have not been allowed to make official visits to campuses since January of 2020.

That is going to result in a wild month for every rising senior in the country looking for the ideal school to play college football but it also means that many rising juniors will have their first opportunity to really get their college recruitment going starting in June.

While five-star quarterback Arch Manning has already been on the recruiting radar for some time, this June is when his recruitment will begin to heat up as the nephew of Peyton and Eli is set to visit five campuses in June according to Steve Wiltfong of 247Sports.

The first schools to receive visits from Manning will be Clemson, SMU, Texas, Alabama, and Georgia, all of which are set to receive visits in June.

Those aren’t the only schools on Manning’s radar as Stanford, USC, Notre Dame, and Ohio State were mentioned as schools that Manning would like to visit. Virginia, North Carolina, LSU, Ole Miss, Tennessee, and Duke were also mentioned as schools that have Manning’s attention at this time.

The rising junior from New Orleans is rated as the No. 3 overall prospect and the No. 1 pro-style quarterback for the 2023 recruiting cycle according to 247Sports Composite Rankings.