The last visit weekend before National Signing Day was a productive one at Texas as the Longhorns are putting the finishing touches on their 2012 class.
Many of the big commitments across the country over the weekend were from the 2013 class as several schools held junior days in addition to 2012 prospects on campus for the final official visit weekend before signing day on Feb. 1.
Read on for the inside scoop on those storylines and more from the big weekends across the country.
Following an official visit Sunday, Western States Football League and Arizona Community College Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year Chris Young committed to Arizona State, switching his pledge from Oregon State. young commits to ASU
Covington (La.) four-star linebacker Otha Peters is one of Arkansas' top remaining prospects heading into the final week of recruiting, and the Tennessee commit enjoyed an official visit in Fayetteville, Ark., over the weekend. Peters enjoys Arkansas visit
The first returns are coming out of this weekend's big recruiting trip for California, and there may be at least one bit of good news for the Bears as Stevenson Ranch (Calif.) West Ranch athlete Jeffrey Coprich could be close to committing. First reports come of visit weekend
Following a weekend official visit to Georgia Tech, three-star inside linebacker Beau Hankins of Birmingham (Ala.) Jackson-Olin said several teams are very much in the mix with Feb. 1 only a few days away. Hankins enjoys Georgia Tech visit
New Lenox (Ill.) Lincoln-Way West senior outside linebacker prospect BJ Bello has decided to decommit from Western Michigan and has pledged to Illinois after taking a weekend official visit. Brunswick (Ohio) St. Ignatius linebacker Mike Svetina was also added to the class. Bello: Hardest call I've ever made
Kentucky is making its final recruiting push for Georgia linebacker Khalid Henderson, and the Wildcats appear to be in a two-way race with a Southeastern Conference foe to land the former Tennessee commitment. He was in Lexington this weekend. Henderson recaps visit to Kentucky
The plan for Santa Clarita (Calif.) College of the Canyons offensive tackle Will Latu had been to announce his choice on Wednesday's National Signing Day but on Saturday afternoon he simply could wait no longer. Latu couldn't keep quiet
Oregon hosted a couple of the Lone Star State's best wide receivers this weekend, including four-star Texas A&M commit Bralon Addison. One of the nation's top punter prospects was a late addition to the list. Ducks add to weekend visit list
Carthage (Texas) High athlete Edward Pope is committed to TCU but checked out new SEC West member Texas A&M this weekend, and hosted a surprise visitor who is committed to Texas. The Aggies also had some news from their junior day with a commitment from Elysian Fields (Texas) High defensive tackle Isaiah Golden in the 2013 class.