Ballard point guard Quentin Snider has narrowed his list of college choices to seven schools.
The Class of 2014 prospect is now considering Cincinnati, Illinois, Michigan State, Oklahoma State, UCLA, UConn and Southern Cal, according to his father. Snider decommitted from Louisville last month.
Missing from Snider’s list are U of L and Kentucky — two schools that didn’t contact him after his decommitment — and Indiana. The Hoosiers had been in steady contact and invited Snider to take an unofficial visit to Bloomington last week, but they did not make the cut.
Scott Snider, the player’s father, told the Herald-Leader last weekend that the family had already set up official visits to UCLA and UConn. The UCLA trip is scheduled for this weekend. Unofficial visits for Illinois and Cincinnati had also been planned as of last weekend. Michigan State offered Sunday, and the Spartans are likely to get one of Snider’s five official visits.
The 6-foot-1 point guard is considered the No. 31 overall player in the class by Scout.com. He is one of the frontrunners for Mr. Basketball honors in 2014.