While a bunch of graduate transfers have announced where they’ll play college basketball next season, Iowa guard Isaiah Moss is still surveying his options.
This past season with the Hawkeyes, Moss averaged 9.2 points and 2.9 rebounds per game. His final performance with Iowa came in the Round of 32 against Tennessee.
Even though his transfer process has been rather quiet, the talented guard will ramp up his efforts very soon.
According to college hoops insider Jon Rothstein, Moss will visit with the Arkansas Razorbacks this weekend. They’ve already added a top transfer to their program in Jeantal Cylla.
Moss has plenty of programs showing interest in him, which includes Arizona State, Minnesota, Illinois, Iowa State, Cincinnati, and Louisville.
He’ll be immediately eligible wherever he chooses to play basketball due to the NCAA graduate transfer rules.
Iowa grad transfer Isaiah Moss tells me he will visit Arkansas this weekend. Arizona State, Minnesota, Illinois, Iowa State, Cincinnati, and Louisville also showing interest.
— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) May 9, 2019
It’d be interesting if Moss went to Minnesota or Illinois, especially since both programs are in the Big Ten. This would mean he’d face his former team at least once next season.
However, neither team from the Big Ten will have their chance to add Moss if Arkansas can seal the deal this weekend.
We’ll keep you updated on where Moss chooses to finish out his collegiate career.