Top 100 forward Jamal Boykin has picked the Blue Devils, while the Boilermakers received a commit from a guard.
Texas picked up a commit from a Canadian forward/center, while a guard pledged to Washington.
Top 100 guard Wes Matthews Jr. committed to the Golden Eagles, while Washington and Saint Louis also got good news.
New Jersey guard Anthony Farmer has selected Rutgers, while Saint Joe's also picked up a guard commit.
After decommiting from Michigan State, Eric Devendorf chose Syracuse over Florida.
Marquette had a great holiday weekend as it landed two of the nation's Top 100 players.
Oklahoma State grabbed commits from Gerald Green and Terrel Harris from Texas, while Missouri and USC also picked up pledges.
Northwestern lures a Kentucky transfer while Michigan State signs guard.
Louisville and Rick Pitino's recruiting roll continued with the commitment of Terrence Williams from Washington.
St. John's gained guard Eugene Lawrence, who paired with Sebastian Telfar in high school, and Wyoming grabbed a USC transfer.
Clemson and Georgetown landed Top 100 guards.
Rutgers landed a pair of big forwards while Washington added another post player as well.
From the usual late decisions to the unusually high number of high schoolers heading straight to the NBA draft, it's been a wild ride for the Class of 2004.
North Carolina scored with a commit from top guard Bobby Frasor, while Louisville picked up a pledge from a forward.
Tennessee lands a Top 100 F but just misses out on a top G to Georgia Tech.
The Jayhawks picked up commits from Class of 2004 forward Alex Galindo and 2005 forward Micah Downs.