Rivals250 prospect Tony James has kept a low profile this summer, but he recently visited the hometown Gators and is starting to plan some trips in the coming weeks.
Florida is right down the road for James and when he has a chance he goes to campus to talk shop with his recruiting coach Brian White.
"My relationship is good with Coach White. It's very tight. Same with Coach [Will] Muschamp. I can talk to them about anything and just chill out when I'm there," noted James.
Of the schools mentioned, Oregon will get an official visit this fall during his bye week. That is his only planned an official visit at this point. However, look for that to change at the beginning of his senior season.
Summer visits to Auburn and Columbus are on the docket. James will try to work something out for Kentucky and Nebraska.
The four-star athlete intends to run track and play football at the school of his choice.
"All of the coaches recruiting me have told me that I can do both. I run the 100 meters, 200 meters, and 4 X 100 meter relay. I will look at both programs when it comes to making my decision in addition to my major of Business and Finance," stated James.
He said coaches are looking to use his elite speed in various ways of their respective offenses.
"The Oregon coaches said I can be a combination of De'Anthony Thomas and Kenjon Barner," added James.
When asked who is recruiting him the hardest at the moment?
He quickly said, "It's Auburn, Florida, Ohio State, and Oregon."
James will continue to take things slow regarding his recruitment. He wants to take all five official visits before deciding.