It appears that Tennessee isn't slowing up on recruiting offensive linemen.
"Tennessee offered me earlier this week," Stadnik said. "I have taken a visit there, I loved it there."
Stadnik, a 6-foot-5, 285-pound offensive tackle, currently is holding 15 offers including the one from the Vols.
"Tennessee has a lot of tradition," Stadnik said. "I'm very interested. They have a lot of young offensive linemen, I could come in and challenge for playing time right away."
Tennessee's facilities and stadium is something that has caught Stadnik's eye.
"There facilities are top knotch," Stadnik said. "They have great ones already and they are building new ones. I love their stadium."
Stadnik's recent popularity is something that he is learning to deal with.
"I'm really blessed," Stadnik said . "I'm very humbled by the the entire process. I'm very excited about all the opportunities I have."
Stadnik was an Associated Press All-State selection.
Football runs deep in the Stadnik family.
His father John played one season for the San Diego Chargers, his twin brother Clayton is also a football prospect.