Texas picked up a commit from a Canadian forward/center, while a guard pledged to Washington.
After decommiting from Michigan State, Eric Devendorf chose Syracuse over Florida.
Oklahoma State grabbed commits from Gerald Green and Terrel Harris from Texas, while Missouri and USC also picked up pledges.
Iowa picked up a pledge from heralded QB Jake Christensen, while UVa snagged its 16th commit.
Georgia picked up a commit from 7-0 center Rashaad Singleton, while David Padgett's transfer list is growing.
Clemson and Georgetown landed Top 100 guards.
North Carolina scored with a commit from top guard Bobby Frasor, while Louisville picked up a pledge from a forward.
The Sooners picked up a guard transfer from UC-Riverside, while Xavier signed a super guard/forward prospect.
Malik Hairston, one of the nation's top hoops prospects, has decided to lace his sneakers up for the Ducks.
Three of the nation's top high school stars Shaun Livingston, Al Jefferson and J.R. Smith will enter the NBA draft.
The Cavaliers picked up two defensive prospects to move their total to 10, while USC and FSU also picked up pledges.
Chris Brooks spurned multiple offers to commit to the in-state Tigers, while OL Matt Lowry pledged to Virginia.
The Hoosiers snag a 7-foot forward/center while North Carolina strike gold when prep star chooses Tar Heels over NBA.
Dwight Howard, the nation's top high school prospect, announced that he will turn professional, but still enroll in college.
After months of deliberations, coveted DL/TE Ryan Baker signed with the Boilermakers.
LSU knows it's never too early to start landing the top prospects for the class of 2005.