The longest streak in the ACC was snapped as FSU was the only school to have a player taken in each of the last four drafts. But it's far from over for Snaer.
Snaer has accepted two invitations to play in the NBA summer league. He will play for the Oklahoma City Thunder team in Orlando and then for the Los Angeles Lakers in Las Vegas.
He will be a very busy man during the month of July as he will play for Orlando from July 7-12 and then fly out to Las Vegas to play from July 12-22. But the opportunity could wind up yielding Snaer a free-agent contract.
Snaer averaged 14.8 points and 4.5 rebounds in his senior season for the Seminoles.