Husker QB Tommy Armstrong will be getting a little bit of extra football tutoring in this summer with a few accomplished teachers, according to a Monday post on his Instagram account.

Armstrong shared Monday that he'd received an invitation to the Manning Passing Academy, an instructional camp run by, among others, three distinguished NFL QBs: Archie Manning and his sons, Peyton and Eli.

The camp, which runs June 23 through 26 at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana, has — according to the camp website — "been helping players fully realize their potential on and off of the football field" for over 20 years while aiming to help "all campers learn from the best."

It won't be the first time Armstrong has received instruction from a former Super Bowl QB; He's spent two different offseasons training with former Packers legend Brett Favre.

Armstrong is coming off a junior season in which he passed for 3,030 yards and 22 touchdowns, throwing with a 55.2-percent completion rate, respectable stats that were tempered by a career-high 16 interceptions. He also rushed for 400 yards in 2015.

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