"No I haven't committed to Tennessee," said Wardlow. "I'm not looking to commit anytime soon, but Tennessee looks like they're my top school, right now."
The game atmosphere, campus, coaching staff and the fact that his cousin, Antonio Wardlow, recently signed there are items that attract Wardlow to Tennessee. However, the fact that the staff is not recruiting him for quarterback might be what's preventing him from verbally committing.
"It's hurting them a little bit," said Wardlow. "I'd definitely rather play quarterback, but it really doesn't even matter. They said they are recruiting me as an athlete, but they said if I were to come down there they would give me a shot at quarterback."
Wardlow doesn't plan to make his final decision until after his senior football season.
This summer, Wardlow plans to camp at N.C. State, Tennessee, and Virginia.