And then there's wide receiver Corey Robinson of San Antonio, the son of basketball Hall of Famer David Robinson.

They'll join current Irish players Austin Collinsworth, the son of former NFL receiver Cris Collinsworth, and Josh and Geroge Atkinson III, sons of former NFL defensive back George Atkinson, next season.

Another son of a famous father signed Wednesday with Miami. Ray Lewis III, whose dad is retiring Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, confirmed his commitment to the University of Miami, where Lewis played.

--Alabama coach Nick Saban kept the Tide rolling with a recruiting haul ranked No. 1 by most websites.

Saban reeled in five-star linebacker Reuben Foster, a former Auburn commitment; four-star defensive lineman Dee Liner, another previous Auburn recruit; four-star running back Alvin Kamara and five-star lineman A'Shawn Robinson.

More than half of Alabama's 25 newcomers were rated four- or five-star talents by

Here's where the top 10 recruits in the country landed:

Robert Nkemdiche, DE, Loganville, Ga./Mississippi. Nkemdiche, who has a big upside at 6-feet-4, 282 pounds, is a major coup for Ole Miss. He will step in right away to join his brother, a defensive back who led the Rebels in tackles last season.

Reuben Foster, MLB, Auburn, Ala./Alabama. Foster changed his mind late in the game and picked the Crimson Tide over Auburn. He's ranked No. 1 at his position.

Jaylon Smith, OLB, Fort Wayne, Ind./Notre Dame. James is considered a big-time athlete who could make an immediate impact in South Bend. His brother, Rod, is a running back at Ohio State.

Su-A Cravens, S, Murietta, Calif./USC. Cravens, who showed great versatility in high school as a two-way player, is the country's top-ranked safety by He enrolled early at Southern Cal, which could help him see playing time next year.

A'Shawn Robinson, DT, Arlington Heights, Texas/Alabama. Robinson is a five-star player who is considered the No. 1 defensive tackle in 2013. Pulling him away from Texas is considered a nice prize for the Tide.

Vernon Hargreaves III, DB, Tampa, Fla./Florida. Hargreaves heads an impressive list of Florida recruits. He is ranked the top cornerback on most national lists and was an MVP in the Under Armour All-American game.

Matthew Thomas, LB, Miami, Fla./Florida State. A five-star recruit, Thomas chose the Seminoles over Miami and could compete for playing time next season at the Sam linebacker spot.

Laremy Tunsil, OL, Lake City, Fla./Mississippi. The second player in the top 10 to land with the Rebels. Tunsil is literally a huge get at 6-feet-5, 295 pounds and was ranked the No. 1 offensive lineman nationally.

Kenny Bigelow, DT, Elkton, Md./USC. Bigelow went west to Southern California. Like fellow top-10 recruit Su-A Cravens, Bigelow already is enrolled at USC and should have a shot at playing right away.

Montravius Adams, DT, Vienna, Ga./Auburn. Adams checks in at 6-4, 310 pounds and is considered a strong pass rusher. He has a chance to get on the field early under a new coaching staff.