Quentin Snider checks out future team

University of Louisville basketball commitment Quentin Snider of Ballard was at the KFC Yum! Center on Sunday for the Marquette game. Cardinal Authority caught up with Snider to get his thoughts on the game.

Ballard High School junior point guard Quentin Snider hasn't been able to catch his future team in person many times this season.

But the University of Louisville commitment was front and center on Sunday, watching the Cardinals beat Marquette in a white out game in the KFC Yum Center.

It was only the second game that Snider could attend this season because of his schedule with the Bruins.

"It was great to be able to be there," Snider said. "The atmosphere was great. I really liked the white out and the way the crowd reacted. They played really well as a team. They play such good defense."

The 6-foot-1 Snider, who is ranked as the No. 24 player in the Class of 2014 by Scout.com, is hoping to get back into the building several other times.

He's averaging 18 points, six assists and four rebounds a game for the Bruins this season. Snider has one more year of high school after this season and will sign with the Cardinals in November.

Snider was one of four visitors at the game, including 2014 No. 5 player Trey Lyles of Indianapolis, 2016 standout Quentin Goodin of Taylor County and 2014 wing Shaqquan Aaron of Seattle, who was on an official visit.

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