Cincinnati (Ohio) Oak Hills offensive tackle Caleb Stacey announced on Saturday that he would be decommitting from Michigan and giving his pledge to Butch Jones and the in-town Bearcats.
"I have decided to decommitt from Michigan to stay home and play ball at the University of Cincinnati," Stacey announced via his Twitter and Facebook.
The 6-foot-4, 280-pound Stacey also held offers from the likes of Boston College, Illinois, Indiana, North Carolina State, Wake Forest and West Virginia before committing to Michigan back in March.
Stacey is the 33rd commit for Cincinnati in the class of 2012. The Bearcats have the No. 40 class in America according to 247Sports, and the No. 3 class in the Big East.
Michigan has 23 pledges in the class of 2012, and holds as the nation's No. 5 class and No. 2 in the Big Ten.