Destiny Littleton rerouted to Texas. Georgia Tech got a boost from Italy. And Nebraska got a big bonus in June.
All the while, Tennessee stood pat with No. 2 Evina Westbrook, No. 7 Anastasia Hayes, No. 12 Rennia Davis and No. 57 Kasiyahna Kushkituah and cemented the top spot in the final recruiting class ranking for the 2017 season.
Connecticut was a close second with a loaded class that includes the No. 1 prospect in the nation in Megan Walker.
And Texas, in third place after the early signing period, got even better with the addition of Littleton, California's all-time leading scorer.
Reigning champion South Carolina is in the mix. As are perennial contenders Louisville, Baylor, Stanford and Duke.
We're still months away from the start of the 2017-18 season, but here's a preview of where some of the fantastic freshmen will reside.
Note: Click on each team for an in-depth look at the class.
-- Dan Olson