Nebraska picked up a commit from a top linebacker, while Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and K-State also reeled in pledges.
Notre Dame, Nebraska, Oklahoma and a host of Big Ten teams picked up gridiron commits recently.
Oklahoma State grabbed commits from Gerald Green and Terrel Harris from Texas, while Missouri and USC also picked up pledges.
Tennessee, Mississippi State and Kentucky picked up pledges, as did Clemson and Maryland from the ACC.
Texas picked up a commit from a linebacker, while a wide receiver pledged to UVa and a QB to Cal.
Oklahoma picked up a commit from defensive lineman Roy Miller, while DB Robbert Kibble selected UCLA.
Two Big 12 schools -- Nebraska and Oklahoma State -- add players to their growing classes.
Ohio State grabbed a commit from DL Todd Denlinger, while Alabama snagged an OL and Nebraska a linebacker.
Texas picked up a commitment from an OL and Wisconsin snagged a RB, while Nebraska expects to add three JUCO receivers.
Vanderbilt added top 100 forward Davis Nwankwo to its promising class, while top 100 forward LaMarcus Aldridge signed with Texas.
Arizona snagged a commit from Jesus Verdejo, while Arizona State received a pledge from Tyrone Jackson.
Miami picked up a commit from the nation's top LB, while Tennessee and Florida grabbed commits from QBs.
LSU and Oregon each snared a top receiver, while FSU and Georgia got a late defensive boost.
With only one day left before Signing Day, FSU, UNC, South Carolina, UVa, Ohio State and UT got good news.