Center Robert Swift, who had a commitment to USC, has made himself available for the NBA Draft.
Forward Raymond Hicks signed with Miami, while Georgia inked forward Younes Idrissi.
Notre Dame picked up a commit from forward Ryan Ayers, while Top 100 players Randolph Morris and Malik Hairston are close to a decision.
The Cowboys signed a center/forward and are closing in on a Top 100 guard, while Iowa State and K-State also signed prospects.
Indiana signee Josh Smith has decided to skip college and enter the NBA draft.
Heralded forward Rudy Gay will attend UConn instead of opting for the draft, while OU signed one prospect but lost one player.
Indiana signee Josh Smith's participation in a third all-star contest are a good indication of his next step.
The Cyclones picked up a pledge from a JUCO guard, while the Warriors also grabbed a guard commit.
Ivan Chiriaev, a 7-1 forward from Ontario, has announced that he will enter the NBA draft.
The Early Signing Period is underway, and it looks like Indiana and Texas will have the top 2004 classes.
Memphis snagged its fourth Class of 2004 commit with the pledge of center Kareem Cooper.
Clemson, Iowa, and Seton Hall scored with pledges from guards, while Oklahoma St. grabbed a forward.
Top 100 prospect Dayshawn Wright has committed to Syracuse and Texas A&M also picked up a pledge.
A top forward committed to Iowa State and Ole Miss picked up a frontline pledge, but Missouri lost a forward.
DePaul and Mississippi picked up commits from swing players, while Nebraska signed a guard.
High scoring forward Norman Plummer picked Dayton, while Minnesota received good news on its top recruit.