"It was a surprise when Idaho offered, I hadn't been talking to them that much," said Snyder. "It was cool and I was pretty happy. It was kind of new for me."
Nevada had been in communication with Snyder and offered him and teammate Tyler Whisenhunt the same day.
Other schools have been talking with the three-star as well.
Snyder plans to visit UCLA and Stanford.
"I've been down to UCLA for a family trip and I really liked it down there so I want to go back down and then Stanford too," said Snyder. "I'm going to the Stanford camp in June. And probably a couple of other schools too. I haven't decided yet which ones."
Snyder also plays on defense, but said offense is where he sees himself.
"I'm probably playing tight end but I still enjoy playing defense a lot," said Snyder.
Academically, Snyder has a 3.7 and will take the ACT in April and the SAT as well this spring.
He'll play with the Bay Area Elite 7on7 squad.