The transfer saga surrounding now-former Iowa star Isaiah Moss has taken another turn. After recently committing to Arkansas, it looks like he’s back on the open market.
According to college basketball insider Jeff Goodman, Moss has decided to re-open his recruitment again. Per his report, the Kansas Jayhawks are the early favorites to land him.
Goodman noted that the grad transfer from Iowa would be an ideal fit for Kansas due to his perimeter shooting skills. It is the only school that Moss has visited aside from Arkansas since leaving Iowa.
Over the past two years at Iowa, Moss has started and played 68 games, averaging 10.1 points per game, 2.6 rebounds per game, and 1.8 assists per game. He helped lead the team to the NCAA Tournament in 2019.
BREAKING: Isaiah Moss has re-opened his recruitment, source told @stadium. Iowa grad transfer had committed to Arkansas, but now back on board and all signs point to Kansas —the only other school he visited. If Jayhawks land Moss, they fill their biggest need: Perimeter shooting.
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) June 7, 2019
As for his potential destination, Kansas is looking to rebound from a disappointing regular season that still led to an NCAA Tournament appearance, but was followed by elimination in the Second Round at the hands of Auburn.
With Kansas set to bring back several star players and get the services of Silvio De Sousa, Moss could conceivably be a part of a team that should make even more noise next season.
Will the former Iowa star be joining the NCAA blue blood next season?