So I think that I've finally figured it out...
The producers of Boot Camp learned everything from S1...
We've seen eating worms, we've seen starvation, we've seen Moretti's tags in the opening credits as a red herring (a la Gervase), the only two shown in "the gauntlet" in the opening segment are the Morettiyiyiy's, because they were the two of the final four that did NOT make it... (ie: the two NOT shown are the final two... remember that trick from S1???)
We've also seen a pattern emerge:
Hutak's mission shown with people saying "I've got it" in preview, fails in show.
Morettiii's mission shown as chaos in preview, succeeds in show.
Yaney's mission appears to fail in preview, succeeds in show.
Jackson's mission not shown in preview, fails in show.
Morettyyy's mission shown as a failure, succeeds in show.
Whitlow's mission shown as sabotaged, succeeds in show.
Well, in the preview, Whitlow is shown as frustrated in the physical challenges, while Wolf is just shown as tired. Therefore Whitlow must win some of the physical challenges (also verified by the fact that the jury vote takes place, so not all of the events have been won by a single person)...
Wolf, however, is shown to lose the jury session (Brown clearly more disdainful of Wolf in tone of voice, and Yaney could only be referring to Wolf in the infamous equipment fiasco when he's talking about taking responsibility... thus Wolf will probably win at the end of the jury... in other words, Wolf wins it all....
Finally, the editing:
Much like S1, Whitlow flew below the radar for the first half of the series... she didn't really appear as a character until Ep5 when she injured her foot. (Remember Kelley???)
Wolf, however, has been edited as a central character from day one, and has been the guy we love to hate... clearly the producers hope that we will think that he has no chance to win, so that when he does, it will be a surprise!
Note to the producers: The reason that it worked with Rich in S1 is that, while he was a schemer and arrogant, he was also more noble than Kelley, and ultimately deserved to be the sole survivor... however, we have not been shown Wolf's good side... if he wins, the audience will be disappointed... he is not a team player, and is not what Boot Camp is supposed to symbolize (unlike Survivor, where the point is to be a lying, backstabbing, scheming, arrogant SOB)...
Not that it matters... there will not be a "season 2" of this pathetic show... to quote the comic book guy from the Simpsons "Worst Show Ever!"