Isaiah Moss Headed to Arkansas

May 15, 2019

Written by Rob Howe

Isaiah Moss announced on social media on Wednesday night that he had found a new home. The graduate transfer from Iowa posted that he was heading to Arkansas.

Moss started 96 games during the last three seasons at Iowa, including all 35 of the teamā€™s games last year, during which he averaged 9.2 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.8 assists. He red shirted during his first year at Iowa and will be eligible immediately for the Razorbacks.

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Moss was one of four players off of last year’s Hawkeye roster no longer in the program. Nicholas Baer graduated, Tyler Cook headed to the pros, and Maishe Dailey moved on as an undergraduate transfer.

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