Conference breakdown: Florida, USC building monster 2013 classes
Clemson is now clearly in the driver's seat for Olney (Md.) Good Counsel linebacker
O'Daniel's teammate, five-star cornerback
Louisville is off to a strong start with four three-star commitments, the latest coming from Lithonia (Ga.) Martin Luther King linebacker
Coach Charlie Strong has found success in South Florida, and he's already landed three-star safety
With so many early commitments in the class of 2013, there's bound to be an increased number of decommitments as well. One of the first came on April 1. Four-star Toledo (Ohio) Central Catholic safety
It's a big pickup for the Buckeyes, but it's not the only one. St. Louis (Mo.) John Burroughs running back
Traditionally, Texas Tech has had to wait until its spring game to experience a string of early commitments. This year's cycle is a different story. Tommy Tuberville and Co. locked up Houston (Texas) Bellaire wideout
The Red Raiders heavily pursued JUCO prospects last year, signing nine in their 26-player class. If they continue their current pace, however, look for them to buck that strategy in 2013.
After landing blue-chip Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline quarterback
Despite sanctions limiting the program to just 15 scholarships, USC is flying high. And given that it could compete for a national championship, its recruiting efforts could kick into a higher, possibly unprecedented, gear.
The Gators hosted their annual spring game on Saturday, and a plethora of top-tier prospects made it to Gainesville. A majority of the program's early verbals watched their future team in action -- including Belle Glade (Fla.) Glades Day running back
After locking up last year's No. 3 recruiting class, Will Muschamp already boasts 14 players in his 2013 haul. If he can reel in a few more top-ranked talents, including Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas defensive end