Kansas State added a running back to its 2015 class on Monday, getting a commitment from Kalin Heath.
The Cartersville, Ga., running back is rated as a three-star athlete by both Rivals and 24/7 Sports.
At 6-foot-3, 180 pounds, Heath is listed by both as an athlete.
Heath, who was primarily recruited by wide receivers coach Andre Coleman, reportedly runs between a 4.5 and 4.6 40-yard dash.
Louisville was believed to be his top choice before he announced his commitment this week.
“After a hard talk with my family and praying to my savior, I have came to my decision,” Heath said on his Facebook page. “Thank u all school for being kind but I wanna be a Wildcat.”
Heath has 13 offers in total, including Louisville, Cincinnati, Indiana, Marshall, Memphis, Mississippi State, Middle Tennessee State and Washington State, among BCS-level programs.
Considered to be the 135th-best prospect in Georgia and the 114th-best athlete in the country, Heath’s commitment gives the Wildcats five for the 2015 recruiting class — all five of which come from the offensive side of the ball.