Kansas coach Bill Self is closing in on a great recruiting class for the Jayhawks this year.
Top 100 center Randolph Morris has selected Kentucky, while Louisville lost another recruit to the NBA draft.
Florida State picked up a pledge from a guard, while the Commodores signed two forwards.
Forward Adrian Joseph has committed to Virginia, while Georgia Tech picked up a pledge from Anthony Morrow.
Outstanding Class of 2004 guard Sundiata Gaines is headed to Georgia, while Washington State snagged a forward.
Oklahoma State has pledged guard Jamaal Brown and center Julius Lamptey is eyeing a spot on the Cowboys.
A highly regarded signal-caller from Washington has committed to Oregon.
Texas picked up a commit from a Canadian forward/center, while a guard pledged to Washington.
The Jayhawks added Top 100 center Chester Giles to a rapidly increasing -- and talented -- cast.
Forward Raymond Hicks signed with Miami, while Georgia inked forward Younes Idrissi.
Malik Hairston, one of the nation's top hoops prospects, has decided to lace his sneakers up for the Ducks.
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.
Notre Dame picked up a commit from forward Ryan Ayers, while Top 100 players Randolph Morris and Malik Hairston are close to a decision.
Top 100 guard prospects Sebastian Telfair and Shaun Livingston are still undecided about college or the NBA draft.
While Louisville is making alternate plans should Sebastian Telfair opt for the NBA, Indiana inked another top player.