IOWA CITY, Iowa - Former Iowa guard Isaiah Moss announced on Twitter on Monday that he has committed to Kansas.
The news came just a few days after the 6-foot-5 Moss had announced that he had changed his mind about playing for Arkansas as a graduate student.
"First and foremost, I want to thank my family, teammates and coaches for their continued guidance and support," Moss said. "After evaluating all my options, I have decided to commit to the University of Kansas."
Moss still has to graduate from Iowa to be eligible at a different Division I school next season, and he reportedly is taking summer schools classes.
A native of Chicago, Moss attended Iowa for four years and started at shooting guard as a sophomore and junior. He was expected to start again next season, but still chose to leave Iowa for what Iowa coach Fran McCaffery said wa s chance to play a more prominent role for another team.
Moss started all 35 games last season and ranked fifth on the team in scoring (9.2), second in steals (32), and fourth in assists (62) for a team that finished 23-12 and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. He also netted double figures 15 times, including scoring 15 points or more eight times… led team in steals nine times and assists five times.