Western Kentucky has added a late member to the 2016 recruiting class.
Cecil Stallings, a three-star defensive end from Tucker, Ga., committed to the Hilltoppers program on Monday evening.
Originally a South Carolina commitment, the 6-foot-3, 240-pound prospect switched to Louisville on National Signing Day, but never actually signed with the Cardinals. Stallings collected a number of scholarship offers throughout his prep career, including Georgia Tech, Mississippi State, NC State, Wake Forest and others.
Stallings would be eligible to join the WKU team this fall as a freshman. He would join Montgomery, Ala., product John Hines as defensive end signees in the 2016 recruiting class.