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Oak Hills offensive lineman Caleb Stacey has decommitted from the University of Michigan and has accepted a scholarship offer from his hometown Cincinnati Bearcats.

The 6'4", 295 lb. lineman committed to Michigan last March, but changed his mind this weekend. Stacey was one of the area's top 2012 recruits, having been a three-year starter for the Highlanders, a Division I special mention all-state, first-team all-district this past season, and first-team all-Greater Miami Conference.

Stacey, who had 15 offers from top schools including Boston College and West Virginia, apparently had a change of heart this week. According to his coach at Oak Hills, Stacey reached out to the Bearcats to accept their prior scholarship offer.


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