Isaiah Moss transferring to Arkansas

Former Hawkeye will have one season of eligibility for Razorbacks

Isaiah Moss
Isaiah Moss

Former Iowa basketball player Isaiah Moss is transferring to Arkansas.

Moss announced this spring that he was leaving the Hawkeyes after 96 games for them over the last three seasons. The 6-foot-5 guard from Chicago averaged 11.1 points as a sophomore, and 9.2 points last season as a junior. He made 97 3-pointers over the last two seasons.

“I have decided to continue my athletic and educational pursuits at the University of Arkansas,” Moss said on Twitter Wednesday night, “and I look forward to my future as a Razorback!”

Within the last week, Moss announced his final four college choices were Arkansas, Kansas, Arizona State and Oregon. He visited the first two, then made his choice.

Moss apparently will be a graduate transfer and will play for the Razorbacks next season. Arkansas hired coach Eric Musselman from Nevada last month.

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