There are rumors that Worley has already been redshirted, but no confirmations. He likely will be redshirted, but you never know—stranger things have happened.
While I have faith in Bray, he hasn't exactly been great in practice thus far. If he continues to be unspectacular, Worley may not get that redshirt.
Simms will be the first backup to Tyler Bray, but if the worst happens and the season tanks, I wouldn't be surprised if the Gatorade National Player of the Year saw the field some. If this happens, it'll be bad news for Tennessee, but great news for Worley.
Tennessee started more freshmen last year than any school in the country except two, and the result was a 6-7 season. This year, those freshmen are a year bigger, stronger and faster, so there won't be nearly as many greenhorns as last year. Still, there's always a few freshmen that make a big impact.
Don't be surprised of one of these guys turns into a star immediately.