Three-star LB Lifka accepts offer from BC
Ryan Perrilloux, one of the nation's top QBs, committed to the Longhorns, while Arizona, UVa an Auburn also grabbed pledges.
Ohio State scored big with the commitment of top 150 quarterback Rob Schoenhoft, while BC landed an OL.
Oklahoma picked up a pledge from a top DB, while Clemson and Oklahoma State also added commits.
Oklahoma picked up a pledge from outstanding WR prospect Malcolm Kelly, while Iowa landed a linebacker.
Notre Dame grabbed five commitments, while USC and Ohio State each landed a top 150 prospect.
Tennessee landed one of the nation's top QB prospects as Jonathan Crompton chose the Vols over Georgia and Miami.
One of the nation's top offensive linemen, Eugene Monroe, has decided to play for Virginia.
A top 150 defensive lineman committed to LSU, while Michigan and Virginia also snagged pledges.
Top 100 prospect Malik Hairston will announce his decision Wednesday, while Chester Giles and Alex Galindo are considering their options.
Vanderbilt added top 100 forward Davis Nwankwo to its promising class, while top 100 forward LaMarcus Aldridge signed with Texas.
After landing a linebacker and defensive back, LSU's commits for 2005 is already up to seven.
LSU knows it's never too early to start landing the top prospects for the class of 2005.
LSU is getting a head start on the class of 2005 by landing early commitments.
A couple of late additions and early starts for some schools around the country.
Clemson picked up a DL for the Class of 2004, while Louisville, Kansas and Wyoming also made additions.