On Tuesday, the 6-foot-1 point guard out of Louisville (Ky.) Ballard, decommitted from Louisville. Since high majors from coast to coast have been calling to inquire about the top 30 prospect.
"The first day within 15 or 20 minutes that the news came out we got phone calls until one in the morning," Scott Snider told Scout.com. "We woke up at eight the next day and we had a bunch more calls. It's pretty much gone non-stop until last night at 11."
"Right now what we want to do is kind of go through the week and see who is going to offer," the elder Snider said. "Then from there, plan some visits and break it down and see who he is interested in."
"We are going to do our homework," he added.
Although Indiana hasn't offered yet, they are working to get Snider on campus at the end of August.
"We actually talked to them," he said. "They haven't offered him yet. I want to save our officials visits for schools that offered scholarships."
"We are going to," he said of visiting the Hoosiers. "Indiana is an easy drive so we can do that unofficially."
But Indiana isn't the only schools expected to receive a visit in the near future.
"There are some other ones that we like," Snider said. "We just said we'd go visit [Indiana] because it'd be an unofficial and it's easy to do."
"We talked to Cincinnati and Xavier and we told them we'd go up," he added. "Anything we can drive to unofficially we are going to do and just save the officials."
Snider is currently ranked No. 29 overall in the 2014 recruiting class.