Notre Dame, Nebraska, Oklahoma and a host of Big Ten teams picked up gridiron commits recently.
DB/WR Marcellus Bowman committed to Boston College, while the Aggies picked up a pledge from RB Jay Lucas.
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.
Temple and South Carolina picked up pledges from guards, while Baylor and Michigan State lost commits.
The Huskies picked up a pledge from Antonio Kellogg from California, while Clemson lost a commitment.
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.
FSU and Texas A&M picked up commits from top LBs, while Auburn and Oregon State also grabbed pledges.
California picked up commits from three top recruits, while Ohio State, ND and Tennessee also snagged pledges.
Three highly-touted prospects, including commits to Indiana and Texas, have postponed signing with a school.
The Early Signing Period is underway, and it looks like Indiana and Texas will have the top 2004 classes.
Forward Rudy Gay is headed to UConn, while top prospects Shaun Livingston and Ramel Bradley near a decision.
Super prospect Andrew Brackman has selected NC State, while Iowa State and Kansas State also nabbed pledges.
Florida State and Oregon each picked up a commitment from a top 100 guard, while Rutgers snagged a forward.