The 2022 Manning Passing Academy will take place this weekend, and Oregon quarterback Ty Thompson will participate.

The list of quarterbacks confirmed to be in attendance at the event is long and star-studded. It includes Alabama’s Bryce Young—last season’s Heisman Trophy winner—as well as Ohio State’s CJ Stroud, South Carolina’s Spencer Rattler, Utah’s Cameron Rising, NC State’s Devin Leary, and Miami’s Tyler Van Dyke, among others. Yahoo Sports’ Eric Edholm shared the full 45-man list Tuesday morning (see below).

The camp will be held in Thibodeaux, Louisiana at Nicholls State University from June 24 through June 26.

For Thompson, it’s a chance to pick up some quarterback tips from not just his peers but from The First Family of Football that could help serve him in the Ducks’ ongoing quarterback competition. Thompson is competing with Bo Nix and Jay Butterfield to earn the starting role for Oregon under first-year head coach Dan Lanning. Nix, the more experienced option, seemed to exit spring ball as the leader in the race, but nothing definitive has been announced from the coaching staff.

Fall camp will be crucial, and that means summer work for the three quarterbacks is vital.

The camp was founded in 1996 by Archie Manning. Peyton and Eli Manning both help run the show each year, serving as associate directors alongside Cooper Manning, father of the No. 1 overall recruit in the 2023 class, Arch Manning.

The redshirt freshman Thompson will be joined in Louisiana by Pac-12 peers in Rising and Jayden de Laura (Arizona). The full list of attending quarterbacks is below:

  • Bryce Young, Alabama
  • Jayden de Laura, Arizona
  • KJ Jefferson, Arkansas
  • Phil Jurkovec, Boston College
  • Chris Reynolds, Charlotte
  • Hunter Helms, Clemson
  • Nick Howard, Dartmouth
  • Holton Ahlers, East Carolina
  • Taylor Powell, Eastern Michigan
  • Anthony Richardson, Florida
  • Gunnar Holmberg, Florida International
  • Stetson Bennett IV, Georgia
  • Clayton Tune, Houston
  • Connor Bazelak, Indiana
  • Spencer Petras, Iowa
  • Will Levis, Kentucky
  • Myles Brennan, LSU
  • Kyle King, Mary Hardin Baylor
  • Tyler Van Dyke, Miami
  • Will Rogers, Mississippi State
  • Devin Leary, NC State
  • Kohen Granier, Nicholls State
  • Drew Pyne, Notre Dame
  • CJ Stroud, Ohio State
  • Luke Altmeyer, Ole Miss
  • Ty Thompson, Oregon
  • Sean Clifford, Penn State
  • Kedon Slovis, Pittsburgh
  • Aidan O’Connell, Purdue
  • Justin Sliwoski, Saint Francis (Pa.)
  • Tyson Bagent, Shepherd
  • Spencer Rattler, South Carolina
  • Hendon Hooker, Tennessee
  • Max Johnson, Texas A&M
  • Layne Hatcher, Texas State
  • Tyler Shough, Texas Tech
  • DeQuan Finn, Toledo
  • Michael Pratt, Tulane
  • John Rhys Plumlee, UCF
  • Cameron Rising, Utah
  • Mike Wright, Vanderbilt
  • Brennan Armstrong, Virginia
  • Liam Thompson, Wabash
  • Sam Hartman, Wake Forest
  • Jarrett Doege, Western Kentucky