If you want my humble opinion, I think Caleb Swanigan is a mix of a healthy Delvon Roe, an efficient Marquise Gray and a physical Derrick Nix.
Of course, due to his pure athleticism and size, Swanigan, the No. 4-ranked center of 2015, could be compared to a lot of different big men. But he certainly possesses shades of Roe, Gray and Nix.
The Fort Wayne Homestead 5-star has "warmer" interest in Michigan State, per 247Sports. During mid-June, Swanigan said that he didn't necessarily have a favorite, although there is a large contingent which sees him committing to Izzo.
Deyonta Davis, who's already on board, is Swanigan's AAU teammate. That connection fuels some of the Swanigan-to-East Lansing speculation.
Back in February, he took an unofficial visit to Michigan State. Since then, he's picked up offers from Kentucky (July 21), Stanford and Kansas. Add those to a list that's grown to about 20 invites.
Generally speaking, it's difficult not to see the Spartans as the front-runners.
However, Izzo has fallen out of contention with a few high-profilers during the past couple of years, most notably Jabari Parker and Cliff Alexander, so don't assume Swanigan is in the bag.
Due to an improved skill set, potential suitors are now paying closer attention. Swanigan plans to narrow his list to "eight or 10" schools sometime soon. The Spartans should make the cut, but don't rule out Kansas or Kentucky.
Kansas lured Alexander away from Izzo. No one is safe from the grips of the Jayhawks.