Isaiah Moss has only one season left of eligibility in the NCAA, and he’s looking for the best opportunity to maximize his potential. Although over 50 schools reportedly expressed interest in the graduate transfer, his list has been cut down to four programs.
The best season of Moss’ career at Iowa came during his sophomore campaign. Nonetheless, the combo guard made himself an impact player in all three years spent with the Hawkeyes.
The graduate transfer became such a hot commodity on the market that several teams from the Big Ten have reached out. Fortunately for the Hawkeyes, any potential threat of having to face Moss next season looks as if it is likely gone.
Moss’ father told 247Sports that his decision to leave out certain teams came down to his respect for the Iowa community.
“He really wanted to stay close to home. But he didn’t want to disrespect Iowa fans by getting back in the Big Ten. He has a fan base for life with that school,” Mike Moss told 247Sports.
His list is down to the following four teams:
- Arizona State
Kansas and Oregon might appear as the most appealing destinations based off their history, whereas Arkansas and Arizona State may provide more opportunities to improve individually. Either way, Moss will compete in a major conference for his senior season.
There isn’t a timeline available for his decision right now, as Moss is in the process of scheduling and completing visits.