"My recruitment has been keeping me super busy and I have been on the road to California for the Nike camp this week," James told BadgerNation. "I haven't heard much from Wisconsin lately. I am still really interested in them. I love Coach Andersen and their style of offense. I just also really like the idea of me playing with a bunch of other Utah kids and I feel like I fit their offensive style of play."
Despite the recent lack of conversation between him and Wisconsin, he still feels strongly about the Badgers and their chance of making the cut, especially since he doesn't plan on narrowing down his list of top schools until the spring.
"They have a very, very high chance of making one of my top schools," said James.
James currently sits as the No. 14 offensive tackle in the nation and a four-star recruit by Scout.com, and he holds offers from Arizona State, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oregon, UCLA, Utah, Utah State, Washington, Washington State and Wisconsin.
"I would really like to visit Wisconsin, but money is kind if tight right now, so it would be really hard for me to come up there," said James. "However, I wouldn't be surprised if they were one of my official visits."