Four-star PG Quentin Snider flips from Illinois, signs with Louisville
Louisville got its 2014 point guard -- and the Cardinals already had him at one point.
Friday was supposed to be a monster day in the world of recruiting – but it was expected to happen in the afternoon. And then on Friday morning, we had our second signing-week flip.
Snider signed his letter of intent to the Cardinals, his father confirmed to CBSSports.com.
The 6-foot-1 point guard from Ballard (Ky.) is ranked No. 51 in the 247Sports Composite. He originally committed to Louisville back in August of 2011, but decided to reopen things on July 31 of this year. Then in September, Snider chose Illinois over UCLA.
Once Jaquan Lyle decommitted from Louisville on September 14, though, the Cardinals needed a point guard again. And head coach Rick Pitino found one in Snider.
Scout.com first reported the news.
Calipari's latest viral social media bit comes just three weeks after the Wildcats head coach...
Buddy Boeheim was so impressive at Peach Jam that Gonzaga offered; others showing interest
The truths and myths about the push for 2018's No. 1 recruit to play college hoops a year...
Here are the under-the-radar players who will have breakout seasons in 2017-18
Duke coach says sometimes troubled guard played hurt last season, adding, 'I'm really proud...
Michigan, Marquette, California, LSU and VCU are also in the 34th annual field