The early signing period for college football is still more than seven months away, but the 2019 recruiting cycle is already in full swing as plenty of talented prospects are already announcing their respective decisions on where they will play college football.

During the past week alone – beginning June 23 and ending June 29 – there were 81 players from the class of 2019 who committed to Power Five college football program, including 79 high school prospects and two junior college prospects. Of the high school players who committed this week, one was rated as a five-star prospect and 13 were rated as four-star prospects, according to the 247Sports Composite. The two junior college commitments of the week were both rated as four-star prospects, per the Composite.

The list of Power Five schools that secured at least one commitment this week includes (in alphabetical order): Alabama, Arizona (3), Arizona State, Auburn (2), Boston College (3), California (4), Colorado (2), Duke (2), Florida State (2), Georgia Tech, Iowa (3), Iowa State (3), Kansas, Kentucky (2), LSU (3), Maryland, Michigan (5), Michigan State (6), Mississippi State, NC State, Nebraska, Ohio State (2), Ole Miss (5), Oregon (3), Pittsburgh, South Carolina, Stanford, Syracuse (3), Tennessee (2), Texas Tech, UCLA, USC, Vanderbilt (5), Virginia Tech (2), Wake Forest (3), Washington and West Virginia.

It should be noted that verbal commitments are non-binding and players won’t be able to make it official until the Division I Early Signing Period, which begins on Dec. 19, 2018, and ends on Dec. 21, 2018. Players who elect not to sign during the early period will be able to do so on National Signing Day on Feb. 6, 2019.

With that in mind, scroll through the slideshow to take a look at the class of 2019 prospects who committed to a Power Five program over the past week.