Arkansas got a double dose of good news when Iowa transfer Isaiah Moss committed to the Hogs Wednesday night.
Moss, 6-5, 208, took an official visit to Arkansas over the weekend and then took a visit to Kansas right after that. Prior to his KU visit, his father announced Arizona State and Oregon as the other two schools in the mix. HawgSports.com learned through sources on Tuesday that Moss would instead be making a Wednesday without visiting Oregon or Arizona State. Wednesday is the final day of the month-long regular signing period.
“I want to thank all of the coaches that have taken the time to show interest in me. I feel truly blessed to have experienced this whole process. I want to thank my family and friends for being with me during this time and providing me with the best support. With that being said, I have decided to continue my athletic and educational pursuits at the University of Arkansas, and I look forward to my future as a Razorback!”
Moss averaged 9.2 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game this past season for the Hawkeyes. In the 83-77 NCAA Tournament overtime loss to Tennessee, he scored 16 points and pulled down five rebounds. His name popped up in the transfer portal less than two weeks ago on May 2 after he started all 35 games for Iowa last season (23-12).