"He's got offers from Northwestern, Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky and Western Kentucky," Madison Central coach Kenny Turner said. "Last I heard he's pretty much open to everybody. I know he's waiting to see what happens with Louisville."
Coach Paul Petrino and the Louisville staff have been evaluating the 5-foot-11, 185 pound athlete and despite the lack of offer to this point, have indicated that one might be forthcoming.
"He likes the in-state schools, a lot," he said. "They've been staying in close contact with Paul since the beginning. Kentucky, in particular, has recruited Paul very hard, especially since his summer camp. I know he likes Louisville. They gave him a lot of attention at the beginning, before UK offered."
In his career, Warford has already rushed for over 2,000 yards. Last season, he ran for 15 touchdowns and averaged a tremendous 11.8 yards a carry, while adding an average of 20 yards per catch. His biggest asset is his speed, where he's been clocked at 4.4 in the forty-yard dash in several combines this past spring. He's arguably the fastest football player in the state of Kentucky.
"His speed and strength as a runner makes him a threat to get to the end zone every time he touches it," Turner said. "He practices the same way he plays - 100%"