"He just basically wants to take his time and look at some other options," Scott Snider, Quentin's dad, told Scout.com.
Snider has been committed to Louisville since he was a sophomore, but the newfound glut in the Louisville backcourt has made him want to re-examine his options.
"I still want Louisville to recruit him," Scott Snider added. "But I think he missed the whole recruiting process and they have a lot of guards and I think he needs to have a plan B and that's basically what this is about.
"The reason we did it now is we are seeing other schools around here that Q might be interested in offering other point guards," the elder Snider added.
"We haven't talked to any schools since he committed," he added.
Bruin Report Online has learned that UCLA has immediately jumped into the Snider recruitment aggressively. Minnesota, coached by the Richard Pitino, the son of Louisville's Rick Pitino, has also quickly offered Snider.
Snider is currently ranked No. 29 overall in the 2014 class.