Michael Snaer, 6-4 JR SG/SF Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde, has been excellent in each of the spring events he's played in over the past six weeks. He's shot the ball extremely well -- showing off a quicker, better stroke -- and he's also been effective gettting to the basket. He's clearly established himself as one of the elite wings in the country.
I spoke with Snaer recently and asked about the schools he's heard from lately.
"Stanford, Marquette, Florida State, Missouri, UNLV, USC and UCLA are some," said Snaer.
Asked which schools have offered, Snaer said, "Marquette, Missouri, UNLV, USC and Florida State."
Previously, Snaer also mentioned Washington, Kansas, Arizona and Cal, among others.
Snaer said he doesn't have a leader.
"I'm keeping everyone neutral, keeping my options open," said Snaer.
Snaer doesn't sound like he'll be making a decision anytime soon.
"I'll play in July and decide sometime after the summer," said Snaer.
Snaer Keeping Options Open
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