Lane Kiffin capped off his first National Signing Day as USC's coach by reeling in offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson, the nation's No. 2 prospect and the highest-ranked undecided player going into the big day.
Henderson's commitment was seen as a coup for Kiffin, who was hired as Trojans coach Jan. 12, and will likely help USC finish with a top-three recruiting class.
Another four-star heads to UCLA
UCLA's big day continued with a signature from Rivals250 safety Dietrich Riley. He also took visits to LSU, Notre Dame, Tennessee and USC.
In the last several hours, UCLA received signatures from five-star Owamagbe Odighizuwu and four-stars Anthony Jefferson and Josh Shirley in addition to Riley.
Defensive back Jeremy Ioane from Punahou HS in Honolulu, Hawaii is expected to sign with Boise State according to Greg Ladky.
Stone is a Vol
Nashville (Tenn.) Maplewood offensive guard James Stone has signed with Tennessee.
The four-star prospect is rated the No. 7 guard in the nation. Stone choose between Alabama, Tennessee State and Tennessee.
Big announcements still on tap
While some five-star standouts have already announced their college choices today, several more elite players are still left on the board.
No. 2 overall player Seantrel Henderson, No. 8 overall Owa Odighizua and several other top prospects are set to announce in the next few hours.
Corey Nelson to Oklahoma
Four-star outside linebacker Corey Nelson will play for the Sooners.
The Dallas (Texas) Skyline prospect is rated 159th in the class of 2010.
Fehoko signs with Utah
Four-star linebacker V.J. Fehoko will sign with Utah according to UteZone.com.
Latest on Keenan Allen and Co.
From Rivals.com analyst Mike Farrell: "OK, hearing that Keenan Allen, Chris McCain and Zach Maynard all announced for Cal a few minutes ago. Gabe King was delayed in DC on a plane so he will announce when he arrives, also to Cal."
Four-star defensive tackle Mike Thornton elected to stay in state by signing with Georgia.
Kentucky, Penn State and USC also pursued Thornton.
Five-star OT picks Auburn
Auburn continued its impressive Signing Day haul with an announcement from five-star offensive tackle Shon Coleman.
Coleman, the third-ranked tackle in the country, remained with the Tigers despite a late push from Alabama, Ole Miss and Miami.
Mississippi State adds two linemen
Mississippi State boosted its offensive line class with two surprising Signing Day defections. Three-star Eric Lawson was committed to Texas Tech before making the switch. Two-star Dillon Day switched from Louisiana Tech to the Bulldogs.