Top 100 forward Jamal Boykin has picked the Blue Devils, while the Boilermakers received a commit from a guard.
Clemson and Georgetown landed Top 100 guards.
Tennessee lands a Top 100 F but just misses out on a top G to Georgia Tech.
Dwight Howard, the nation's top high school prospect, announced that he will turn professional, but still enroll in college.
The Early Signing Period is underway, and it looks like Indiana and Texas will have the top 2004 classes.
Clemson, Iowa, and Seton Hall scored with pledges from guards, while Oklahoma St. grabbed a forward.
Top 100 prospect Channing Toney is heading to Georgia, while Top 100 forward Shaun Pruitt has narrowed his choices.
After Cheyenne Moore decommitted from G-town, Clemson scored. Also, NCAA tourney pays off, IUPUI nabs recruit.
Missouri nabs two prospects, a top 100 forward to Wisconsin, and an ex-Bearcat prospect leans towards Buckeyes.
UCLA picked up a commitment from a 15-year-old high school freshman from California.
Cincinnati picked up a pledge from Georgia's Mr. Basketball, but also lost a commit from a Top 100 guard.
Memphis picked up a commit from a top 100 player, but Michigan had a top 100 prospect decommit.
A forward from Michigan has decided to sign with the Clemson Tigers.
One of the nation's top center prospects has chosen Tennessee.
The Tar Heels, Pirates and Wildcats each have new commitments from Top 100 hoops prospects.
The Aggies, Nittany Lions and Tigers have received commitments from highly regarded football prospects.