A look at what happened in the world of Stanford recruiting over the past week.
The Cardinal picked up a commitment last week from three-star defensive end Nathanael Lohn.
Safety Bam Bradley (Trotwood, Ohio) still lists Stanford as his leader, followed by Pittsburgh and Ohio State, writes ESPN.com's Jared Shanker.
The three-star athlete has one last official visit to take, but so far he likes the attention he's been getting from the Stanford coaching staff.
"They actually come more than pretty much anybody. They're here whenever they can be ... They make an effort to get here as much as they can ... That just means they really need me and don't just want me. I got to go somewhere I'm needed and not just wanted. I'm going to work hard wherever I go but it's a plus to go somewhere they need you."
Jameis Winston, the nation's top-ranked quarterback who has already committed to Florida State, enjoyed his visit to Stanford, reports ESPN.com's Jaime Newberg.
Wide receiver Jordan Cunningham (Davie, Fla., 2013) said he's looking for a school big on athletics and academics. Stanford is one of those schools that fits the bill.
News and notes on players already committed to Stanford:
Noor Davis lands at No. 15 on the Super Southeast 120.
Barry J. Sanders understands he's in a unique situation.
Alex Carter enjoyed his time at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
Kodi Whitfield (Los Angeles) enjoyed his recent official visit to Stanford, writes ESPN.com's Greg Biggins.
"I loved it there, and Stanford is an amazing place. I've been there before so I had a good comfort level already. It was fun to hang out with the other recruits and get to know them better. My dad went to Stanford, so I've been following them since I was little. I'm still a solid commit and excited about the opportunities Stanford provides."