Isaiah Moss created a bit of a fuss when he announced he was transferring away from the Iowa basketball program. He created even more of a buzz when we got wind of where he was considering leaving to. Several teams Moss considered were in the Big 10 and another two, Iowa would have to face next season. Iowa fans can rest easy now as Moss has revealed his transfer school.

Moss chose Arkansas to finish his college career. And since he is a graduate transfer, he won't have to sit out a year per NCAA rules. Moss started 96 games for Iowa in his Hawkeye career. The 6 foot 5-inch shooting guard could definitely fill it up but suffered at times with inconsistency. He scored 15 or more points eight times last year as Iowa made their NCAA tournament run. But he also scored 3 or fewer points in a game, eight times.

Moss must still complete his degree this summer at Iowa before he can complete his graduate transfer to Arkansas.

 

[via IC Press Citizen]