Notre Dame, Nebraska, Oklahoma and a host of Big Ten teams picked up gridiron commits recently.
Iowa picked up a pledge from heralded QB Jake Christensen, while UVa snagged its 16th commit.
Texas picked up a commit from a linebacker, while a wide receiver pledged to UVa and a QB to Cal.
Louisville and Rick Pitino landed three top players over the weekend.
Oklahoma picked up a commit from defensive lineman Roy Miller, while DB Robbert Kibble selected UCLA.
Georgia picked up a commit from 7-0 center Rashaad Singleton, while David Padgett's transfer list is growing.
UCLA lands offensive line help while Duke and Colorado State shore up the D-line.
Top 100 prospect Malik Hairston will announce his decision Wednesday, while Chester Giles and Alex Galindo are considering their options.
South Carolina picked up a pledge from guard Roderick Trice and guard Kris Collins committed to New Mexico.
Top 100 center Randolph Morris has selected Kentucky, while Louisville lost another recruit to the NBA draft.
Notre Dame picked up a commit from forward Ryan Ayers, while Top 100 players Randolph Morris and Malik Hairston are close to a decision.
While Louisville is making alternate plans should Sebastian Telfair opt for the NBA, Indiana inked another top player.
Texas A&M is working hard at keeping instate prospects and so far, it's working.
After landing a linebacker and defensive back, LSU's commits for 2005 is already up to seven.
Center Dwight Howard leads the McDonald's All-American roster which also includes three future Longhorns.
UCLA and FSU picked up commits from top 2005 prospects, while Missouri and Marshall grabbed late 2004 signees.