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.
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.
Guard Kyle McAlarney of New York will take his game to Notre Dame, choosing the Irish over several others.
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 Irish picked up a commit from a touted center/forward, while the Trojans and Blue Demons also landed prospects.
After months of deliberations, coveted DL/TE Ryan Baker signed with the Boilermakers.
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.
California picked up commits from three top recruits, while Ohio State, ND and Tennessee also snagged pledges.
Ohio State picked up a commit from OL Kyle Mitchum, while Florida State and Notre Dame continued their late surges.
Florida State picked up a commit from QB Xavier Lee, while LSU, Michigan and Nebraska also snagged top pledges.
Oklahoma picked up a commit from DB Marcus Walker, while Tennesse and Florida also grabbed pledges.
Notre Dame landed a QB prospect, while Florida State, Iowa and Penn State also received commitments.