Arch Manning has visited several schools around the SEC, and now that the calendar has flipped to December, those recruiters are headed to his school.

Since Manning’s high school, Isidore Newman in New Orleans, is out of the playoffs, recruits are free to visit him in New Orleans. Manning is rated the No. 1 player in the class of 2023 by the 247Sports Composite. Manning has already visited Alabama, Georgia, Clemson, Texas and Ole Miss this fall.

Ole Miss and LSU will be at the school on Wednesday and Texas is scheduled to be there on Thursday, according to Joseph Hastings of On3’s Clemson Sports. Hastings reports that Jake Peetz, who served as the offensive coordinator for LSU under Ed Orgeron, will be there for the Tigers. Ole Miss offensive coordinator Jeff Lebby will be there for the Rebels, Hastings said.

Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian, quarterbacks coach A. J. Milwee and defensive passing game coordinator Terry Joseph are making the trip for the Longhorns, according to Hastings.

Tulane’s offensive coordinator Chip Long is also expected to visit campus, Hastings reported.

Georgia and Alabama are also very much on Manning’s list, according to intel from On3 Director of Recruiting Chad Simmons. Clemson looks to be down the list some based on one source close to this, Simmons reported.