The battle between Clemson and Florida State for five-star linebacker Tony Steward appears to be heading to a photo finish as National Signing Day nears. He took an official visit to Florida State this weekend.
Five-star linebacker C.J. Johnson made his announcement plans following his visit to Ole Miss.
Rivals100 OT Antonio Richardson had good reviews of his surprise visit and West Virginia picked up two four-star commitments over the weekend.
Read on for the scoop on the big weekends across the country.
Chicago (Ill.) Simeon four-star senior offensive guard prospect Chris Bryant has been able to get out and see several schools this winter, and Bryant just arrived home from his fourth and final official visit.
• Bryant talks Illinois visit
Defensive tackle Chris Jones from Raines High in Jacksonville, Fla., became the latest member to join the NC State recruiting class. The 6-foot-5, 260-pounder officially visited Raleigh this weekend and came away impressed, committing to NC State on Sunday morning.
• NC State lands defensive lineman
• Flowers picks NC State
Virginia fans knew this weekend would be huge for the future of the football program and a commitment wouldn't have been a surprise. One of the prospects did commit, but it's someone that not many people, other than the Virginia coaches, would have expected.
• Thomas to UVa
West Virginia fans were in need of some big news on the recruiting front, and they got their wish on Sunday. Two four-star prospects committed to WVU and the Mountaineers currently have 23 commits for the 2011 class.
• Two four-star prospects pledge to WVU