Former Purdue basketball player Caleb Swanigan has died

Very sad news has emerged that Purdue basketball standout, Caleb Swanigan has died of natural causes.

Swanigan's full name is Caleb Sylvester Swanigan and he was born on 18 April 1997 in Indianapolis, U.S.

Swanigan played basketball for Purdue Boilermakers as he was a prolific basketball player by profession.

Swanigan did not have a good childhood as his father Carl Swanigan Sr. was addicted to cocaine and his mother's name was Tanya.

Caleb Swanigan played a lot of basketball for Purdue between 2015 and 2017. It's really commendable to play so well being a drug addicted father.

When Caleb Swanigan was in 8th grade, he was 6'2" and weighed 360 pounds and looked the tallest in the class.

And to work off this much weight, it was not enough just to exercise, but it requires complete dedication to eat, drink and eat right and well.

With the help of Harrison Barnes, Caleb 'Biggie' Swanigan made a small start and rose to become a basketball star in high school.

He then went on to play for the Purdue Boilermakers, even after Caleb 'Biggie' Swanigan committed to playing for the Michigan State Spartans in college.

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