Heid Manning, the famous football player, is Arch Manning Brother.
He is the youngest child of American entrepreneur and television host Cooper Manning and Ellen Heidingsfelder.
Besides Heid, his parents had two other kids, Heid’s elder siblings: May Manning and Arch Manning.
Archibald Charles “Arch” Manning is an American football quarterback for the Texas Longhorns. Archibald Charles Manning, born on April 27, 2005, serves as an American football quarterback.
Arch participated in high school football at Isidore Newman, where, in 2019, he was joined by his younger sibling, Heid.
As the starting quarterback for Newman High School for four years, he received numerous accolades, including being named an All-American and All-State player on four occasions.
Coming out of high school, he was regarded as the top recruit by 247Sports, On3, and Rivals and committed to play for the Texas Longhorns.
On October 15, 2020, he made his national television debut in a game against Booker T. Washington, achieving two touchdown passes and two rushing touchdowns.
Arch Manning Brother Heid Manning & Sister May Manning
Heid Manning, born on April 20, 2006, is a year younger than his brother, Arch Manning.
He attended Isidore Newman High School, where he was a member of both the varsity football and lacrosse teams.
Heid’s role in football deviates from the typical Manning position. He serves as an offensive lineman.
During Arch’s time at Isidore, Heid was responsible for safeguarding his elder brother, Arch.
At present, Heid plays the role of center and guard while donning jersey #54 for the varsity football team.
Additionally, for his high school lacrosse team, he plays attacker, wearing the jersey #11.
Sister May Manning
May, the firstborn of Cooper and Ellen, was born on March 12, 2002, in Drew, Mississippi.
She pursued her high school education at the Academy of the Sacred Heart, NOLA, where she became an integral part of the varsity women’s volleyball team.
During her high school years, May achieved recognition as the best player in the Division IV Volleyball Tournament and received the Outstanding Player award as her team clinched the 2020 Louisiana State title.
Following her high school graduation, she enrolled at the University of Virginia and embarked on a one-month marketing internship at AJ Capital Partners while still in college.
Subsequently, May took on the role of a hospitality and brand marketing intern at Excel Sports Management, where she contributed from June 2023 to August 2023.
As of January 2023, she has held the position of Ritual and History Director at Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Arch Manning $100K Donation
According to KXAN, Heid’s brother, Arch has made a significant impact on children and families in Central Texas hospitals through a generous act.
He donated the proceeds from the sale of his one-of-a-kind Prizm Black autographed Panini America trading card to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Texas, resulting in a substantial donation of $102,500.
This act is part of Manning’s first NIL (Name, Image, Likeness) agreement while playing for the University of Texas Longhorns.
He previously signed a multi-year deal with Panini America, securing exclusive trading card rights and other marketing appearances and activations.
However, as per the agreement, he can only access the funds once he takes the field for Texas.
He was inspired by the notion that Ronald McDonald House provides comfort and support to families with children in the hospital, helping them stay together during challenging times.
Manning’s gesture was well-received by the community, with the St. David’s HealthCare and St. David’s Foundation facilitating the Donation.
Manning himself toured the St. David’s North Austin Medical Center’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and met with former patients and their families who had received support from Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Texas.
Denise Bradley, vice president of marketing and corporate affairs at St. David’s HealthCare, noted their enthusiasm for assisting Arch in fulfilling his charitable wish.
Derrick Lesnau, interim CEO and COO of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Texas expressed their gratitude, emphasizing the significant impact this Donation will have on the programs and families they serve.
Manning’s philanthropic act marks a meaningful start to his college football career by giving back to the community.