Snider, ranked No. 28 in the ESPN 100, originally committed to the Cardinals in August of 2011.
"He's been kind of going back and forth this past month," Snider's father, Scott, told the paper. "There's just a lot of guards. Everybody still wants him to go to Louisville. The family does, and we hope Louisville still recruits him. I don't know if they will or not, but he just wants to make sure it's the best fit for him basically."
Louisville head coach Rick Pitino still holds commitments from ESPN 100 point guard JaQuan Lyle (Evansville, Ind./Bosse) and ESPN 100 small forward Shaqquan Aaron (Seattle/Rainier Beach) in the 2014 class. As a result of Snider's decommitment, the Cardinals drop from No. 3 to No. 6 in the class rankings.
Scott Snider told the paper that he and his son have not spoken to any others schools yet. "We're just going to see if anyone's interested in us and go from there," he said.