Highly coveted 2015 big man recruit Caleb Swanigan stunned many Thursday when he decommitted from Michigan State, just days after saying he was still 100 percent a Spartan.

Many fans and analysts suggested Swanigan's adopted father, Roosevelt Barnes, who played basketball, football and baseball at Purdue in the 1980s, had something to do with Swanigan's change of heart. Their speculation suggested Barnes was delivering Swanigan to the Boilermakers.

But Brian Snow, a recruiting analyst for Scout.com, says that's not the case.

Snow joined "Afternoon Sports Therapy" on The Game 730 AM WVFN on Thursday just minutes after news of Swanigan's decommittment broke. He says Swanigan "committed before he was ready" and is genuinely confused. Snow also said there's a chance Swanigan may still end up in East Lansing.

Hear the full interview in the YouTube video above.