Antonio Wardlow, one of the top defensive backs in the Southeast, already has assembled a very impressive offer list. Which schools have offered the Parkland standout? Where does he plan to camp this summer? Find all the answers in this recruiting update."> Antonio Wardlow, one of the top defensive backs in the Southeast, already has assembled a very impressive offer list. Which schools have offered the Parkland standout? Where does he plan to camp this summer? Find all the answers in this recruiting update.">

NC Safety Offered by Clemson

<img border="0" src="http://media.theinsiders.com/Media/Other/154001_cameraprofile.JPG" width="20" height="18"> Antonio Wardlow, one of the top defensive backs in the Southeast, already has assembled a very impressive offer list. Which schools have offered the Parkland standout? Where does he plan to camp this summer? Find all the answers in this recruiting update.

S Antonio Wardlow
6-1, 200, 4.5
Parkland High School
Winston Salem, North Carolina

"I have offers from Clemson, Maryland, Wake Forest, North Carolina, Tennessee, Syracuse, Virginia Tech, Illinois, Duke and some others," Wardlow told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.

Michigan, North Carolina State and South Carolina may join the offer list soon as they are also showing interest.

When asked if he has any early favorites, the 6-1, 200 pound prospect responded, "Not yet. I'm wide open."

Wardlow had the opportunity to attend the spring games at two schools earlier this year. "I went to the spring games at North Carolina State and Tennessee. They were great."

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The summer camp tour is almost set for the talented defensive back. "I will be going to Carolina, Tennessee, Michigan and a one day camp at Virginia Tech," stated Wardlow.

The North Carolina star is working hard in the classroom and the weight room to prepare for his senior year. "I'm just finishing off the year. I want to make sure my grades are good so I will be able to qualify. I'm lifting weights and working out."

What will the Winston-Salem star be considering as he selects the college of his choice? "I want to find out were I fit in with the team and the coaches. I will also look at academics. I want to major in computer engineering."

Wardlow is being recruited as a safety by the college recruiters. We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding defensive back from North Carolina, right up through signing day 2005.

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