Top 100 center Randolph Morris has selected Kentucky, while Louisville lost another recruit to the NBA draft.
While Louisville is making alternate plans should Sebastian Telfair opt for the NBA, Indiana inked another top player.
Dwight Howard, the nation's top high school prospect, announced that he will turn professional, but still enroll in college.
Arizona snagged a commit from Jesus Verdejo, while Arizona State received a pledge from Tyrone Jackson.
Guard Greg Paulus, one of the nation's top Class of 2005 prospects, has committed to Duke and Coach K.
A top 100 forward prospect pledged to Missouri, while Kris Humphries is out making visits.
Georgetown lost a starting guard to NC State, but the Hoyas gained a West Coast guard and European forward.
Forward Patrick Ewing Jr. (yes, it's Patrick's son) has signed with the Hoosiers.
Missouri and Marquette each received a pledge from a Class of 2003 guard.
The Minutemen received a hoops commitment, while players from other schools announced plans to transfer.
Forward Patrick Ewing Jr., son of former NBA star Patrick Ewing, has committed to the Indiana Hoosiers.
Jason Conley, who led the nation in scoring last year, will transfer from VMI to Missouri.
Two of the nation's top prospects did not sign during the early signing period.
Lute Olson and the Wildcats received another hoops commitment.
One of the nation's top prospects has chosen the Florida State Seminoles.
Alabama has commitments from two in-state Top 150 RBs.