Class of 2026 quarterback Kane Archer has been offered by a few Power 5 schools within the past few days. Archer, a 6-foot, 195-pound prospect out of Arkansas, already had offers from Michigan, Arkansas, and Missouri prior to last week.
The University of Arizona offered Kane Archer on May 12.
Blessed to receive an offer from coach Carroll at Arizona🙏🏻🙏🏻@ArizonaFBall @brennanpcarroll @CoachJimmieD @jnashmusic @CoachBriscoeWR @tctabler @RivalsCole @SeanW_Rivals @OtisKirk23 @GWDFootball @DannyWest247 @tim_radio pic.twitter.com/5lPJyyYPio
— Kane Archer (@KaneArcher9) May 12, 2022
Texas A&M offered Archer on May 13.
I’m humbled to receive an offer from Coach Dickey at Texas A&M @MikeRoach247 @CoachDickey1 @CoachColey @CoachNickWill @MikeRoach247 @AggieFootball @RWrightRivals @GWDFootball @tim_radio @OtisKirk23 @tctabler pic.twitter.com/aS7POPbGti
— Kane Archer (@KaneArcher9) May 14, 2022
Hawaii offered Archer on May 14.
I’m blessed to receive an offer from the coaches at Hawaii 🙏🏻 @CoachShoeUH @ursua05 @HawaiiFootball @jnashmusic @CoachBriscoeWR @adamgorney @BrandonHuffman @GregBiggins @DannyWest247 @GWDFootball @OtisKirk23 @3dqb_SoCal @GWoodDogPound pic.twitter.com/BTyLjCFEoJ
— Kane Archer (@KaneArcher9) May 15, 2022
The MEGA VI Quarterback Challenge that took place at The Star in Texas back in January featured some of the top underclassmen quarterbacks in the nation. Archer was named one of the top performers at the event.
— EdOBrien247 (@EdOBrienCFB) May 15, 2022
Congratulations to Kane on his latest offers!
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