Tennessee landed one of the nation's top QB prospects as Jonathan Crompton chose the Vols over Georgia and Miami.
Clemson and Georgetown landed Top 100 guards.
Two Big 12 schools -- Nebraska and Oklahoma State -- add players to their growing classes.
Rutgers landed a pair of big forwards while Washington added another post player as well.
Guard Kyle McAlarney of New York will take his game to Notre Dame, choosing the Irish over several others.
Clemson picked up a DL for the Class of 2004, while Louisville, Kansas and Wyoming also made additions.
Miami picked up a commit from the nation's top LB, while Tennessee and Florida grabbed commits from QBs.
Touted OL Jackie Claude is headed to Tallahassee, while DB Dawayne Grace is going to Gainesville.
DL Brandon Daniel is headed to Florida, while Tennessee picked up a commit from DL/LB Antonio Reynolds.
Highly-touted DB Tony Joiner has picked Florida, while Oklahoma St. and Ole Miss nabbed multiple commits.
The Early Signing Period is underway, and it looks like Indiana and Texas will have the top 2004 classes.
Super prospect Andrew Brackman has selected NC State, while Iowa State and Kansas State also nabbed pledges.
Alex Galindo, a top 100 forward/guard from New Jersey, is heading to El Paso to play for the Miners.
George Bell, one of the nation's top backs, has committed to Virginia Tech, while Miami, Kentucky and Baylor picked up pledges.
Texas Tech, who recently picked up a top JUCO quarterback, received a pledge from prep QB Graham Harrell.
Top 100 prospect Channing Toney is heading to Georgia, while Top 100 forward Shaun Pruitt has narrowed his choices.