FAYETTEVILLE, Ark — Isaiah Moss, a 6-5 guard who played the last three seasons at the University of Iowa, will complete his career at Arkansas for the 2019-20 season as a graduate transfer.

Moss, a 6- 5, 208-pound guard, started all 35 games last season and helped the Hawkeyes reach the second round of the NCAA Tournament. He averaged 9.2 points with 32 steals and 62 assists. The Chicago native played in 102 games as a Hawkeye, totaling 906 points, 229 rebounds, 153 assists, 73 steals and 27 blocked shots.

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Isaiah Moss

6-5, 208, G

Chicago, Ill. (Simeon HS / Univ. of Iowa)

2018-19 (Jr.): Shared the team’s Most Improved Player Award with Ryan Kriener … Started all 35 games and averaged 9.2) points with 32 steals and 62 assists … Netted double figures 15 times, scoring 15 points or more eight times … Led team in steals nine times and assists five times … Made four 3-pointers or more five times … Ranked fourth in the Big Ten in 3-point field goal percentage (.421, 48-of-114) … His 42.1 percentage from 3-point range ranks sixth best by an Iowa junior in school history … Recorded first career double-double (12 points, 10 rebounds) and added five assists in home win over Nebraska … Posted second career double-double (12 points, 10 rebounds) against Maryland … Scored 18 first-half points en route to 20 points with four 3-pointers made in win over Iowa State … Drained 5-of-6 triples, netting a then season-best 21 points, while tying a career-high six assists with zero turnovers versus Illinois … Recorded a season-best 23 points while making a career-best six 3-pointers at Minnesota … Tallied 16 points against #6 Tennessee in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

2017-18 (So.): Voted to the Cayman Islands Classic All-Tournament Team, averaging 18 points in three games … Earned the team’s Most Improved Player Award ... Started all 33 games and averaged 11.1 points with 62 assists and 22 steals … Scored in double figures 19 times … Only missed eight free throw attempts (58-of-66, .879) for the season … Poured in a career-high 32 points, 19 in the final 1:36, at Minnesota … Had 16 points, 13 in the second half, bolstered by 4-of-6 shooting from 3-point range in win over Minnesota … Credited with a season-high three steals, all in the first half, while scoring 15 points in win over Wisconsin … Dished out a team-best five assists with zero turnovers against #3 Purdue … Posted a then career-best 25 points, bolstered by 4-of-6 shooting from 3-point territory, at Maryland … Tied career high with five assists with 11 points in win over Northern Illinois … Scored 24 points, thanks to a perfect 10-of-10 at the free throw line, versus Louisiana … Registered team bests in scoring (18) and steals (2) versus South Dakota State.

2016-17 (RFr.): Big Ten Freshman of the Week (Dec. 12) … Played in 34 games, starting the final 28 games of the season … Averaged 6.5 points and 1.6 rebounds … Made 29 3-point field goals to rank seventh best on the Iowa freshman single-season list … His five steals versus Indiana at the Big Ten Tournament tied an Iowa Big Ten Tournament record … Also versus the Hoosiers, scored 11 points and credited with a personal-best five steals … Contributed 16 points, with four 3-pointers, and equaled a personal best with two blocks in NIT win over South Dakota … Played key role in a win over #25 Iowa State by scoring 14 points and grabbing four boards … Recorded a season-highs in scoring (21) and rebounds (6) in win over Stetson … Scored 17 points at Nebraska, 15 in the first half … Added 19 points at Minnesota, including 12 in the first half at Minnesota.

2015-16 (Fr.): Redshirted.

High School: Was a 2015 McDonald's All American nominee … Ranked 12th on 2015 City/Suburban Hoops Report’s top 20 prospects list … Averaged 16 points, six rebounds, three assists and two steals for the Mac Irvin Fire AAU team.