LaMarcus Aldridge has withdrawn from the NBA draft and will play for Texas, but Duke signee Shaun Livingston will stay in the draft.
Heralded forward Rudy Gay will attend UConn instead of opting for the draft, while OU signed one prospect but lost one player.
The Early Signing Period is underway, and it looks like Indiana and Texas will have the top 2004 classes.
Cal got some good news, Mississippi State some bad news, and five Baylor players are considering transferring.
Top 100 forward Jamal Boykin has picked the Blue Devils, while the Boilermakers received a commit from a guard.
The Sooners picked up a guard transfer from UC-Riverside, while Xavier signed a super guard/forward prospect.
Center Robert Swift, who signed with USC, has made himself available for the NBA draft.
The Hoosiers snag a 7-foot forward/center while North Carolina strike gold when prep star chooses Tar Heels over NBA.
Kansas granted releases to two team members, including Omar Wilkes, while Arizona snagged a top pledge.
The Cyclones picked up a pledge from a JUCO guard, while the Warriors also grabbed a guard commit.
San Diego State lands a big man in the middle while Elon locks up a sharp-shooting guard.
Top 100 guard Josh Shipp has selected the Bruins, while Oklahoma grabbed a pledge from a good JUCO forward.
A couple more forward prospects have made their decisions, while top forward Shaun Pruitt has narrowed his choices.
Baylor and new coach Scott Drew, known for recruiting internationally, received a pledge from a center from Senegal.
Guard Greg Paulus, one of the nation's top Class of 2005 prospects, has committed to Duke and Coach K.
Forward Lorenzo Mata has pledged to the UCLA Bruins, while Xavier also received a commit from a forward.