Oklahoma picked up a commit from an Arizona running back, while Georgia and Alabama also snagged pledges.
Nebraska picked up a commit from a top linebacker, while Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and K-State also reeled in pledges.
Texas A&M picked up a commitment from a linebacker, while South Carolina and Wisconsin also got defensive help.
Ohio State scored big with the commitment of top 150 quarterback Rob Schoenhoft, while BC landed an OL.
Texas picked up a pledge from a top 150 defensive lineman, while a defensive back committed to Miami.
Notre Dame grabbed five commitments, while USC and Ohio State each landed a top 150 prospect.
Florida grabbed a commit from WR Louis Murphy, while Ole Miss picked up a pledge from J.D. Lawhorn.
Virginia kept rolling with a defensive commit, while Clemson, North Carolina and Georgia Tech also received pledges.
Florida's Class of 2005 just received a huge boost with the addition of four of the nation's best defensive players.
Notre Dame, Nebraska, Oklahoma and a host of Big Ten teams picked up gridiron commits recently.
Marquette had a great holiday weekend as it landed two of the nation's Top 100 players.
Oklahoma added two more receivers while Maryland adds defensive linemen.
Tennessee, Mississippi State and Kentucky picked up pledges, as did Clemson and Maryland from the ACC.
Louisville and Rick Pitino's recruiting roll continued with the commitment of Terrence Williams from Washington.