"Actually I had no intention of committing going into the visit," Slotter told Scout.com. "I was planning on taking another. The first night I got there I just felt right at home."
"The first night I got there we got in around nine and we went out to eat and then I got to hang out with all of the players," he continued. "I just felt right at home from there."
Although there were many factors that played into Slotter's decision, the Murray State coaching seemed to have played a major role.
"Their whole coaching staff is really great. Coach Amir [Abdul-Rahim] has been making his calls and has been on me the hardest," he said. "I met all of the players and they are all real cool. The whole atmosphere there is a whole basketball community really and I just like it a lot."
Slotter is the first member of the 2009 class to commit to the Racers.