Most of the SMU-related headlines last week revolved around Emmanuel Mudiay's decision to bypass college and head overseas for a season.

But the Mustangs also suffered a hit to their 2015 class, when shooting guard Matt McQuaid decided to decommit and reopen his recruitment.

"I feel like I just needed to take a step back and compare my options a little better and look at different schools," McQuaid said at the Fab 48 Wednesday night.

When he contacted Larry Brown to tell him the news, McQuaid said the legendary head coach was upset in the decision but understood the reasoning.

SMU will remain on McQuaid's list, but several other schools have already reached out since the news over the weekend. North Carolina, Virginia, Indiana, Texas, Baylor, LSU, Creighton and others are all showing interest, with everyone besides North Carolina and Virginia extending offers.