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Quentin Snider Remains Undecided, Still Planning 2 Visits
Quentin Snider remains undecided on his college destination and still plans to take two more visits, his father told SNY.tv Wednesday morning.
“Q doesn’t know what he’s doing yet,” Scott Snider said. “UCLA came in the home [Tuesday] night and the visit was good. Illinois came in the night before and that visit was also good.”
As of now, the Louisville decommit out of Ballard (Ky.) High is still planning on visiting Michigan State this weekend and UConn the following weekend.
Michigan State also remains in the mix for Chicago Marian Heights point guard Tyler Ulis, who visited both MSU and Kentucky this past weekend.
His father, James Ulis, said his son may be on the brink of committing.
If Tyler Ulis were to pick Kentucky, it could make Michigan State more appealing for Snider.
Meantime, UCLA remains a strong possibility and recent UCLA pledge Trevon Bluiett has been working to get Snider to join him in L.A.
Snider is also friendly with Illinois guard Aaron Cosby, a fellow Louisville native who hosted him on his visit last weekend and goes back with Snider to their younger days.
Snider recently cut his list to Illinois, Michigan State, UCLA, UConn, Oklahoma State, USC and Cincinnati.
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