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Discussion in 'In-State Rivals' started by ClonesFTW, May 2, 2019.
very first post says he is immediately eligible.
Correct, although according to a few on here, they can't see how he could have graduated yet.
But if he says he's a grad transfer, then I believe him.
Assuming you are referring to Bolton as the primary option, how hard does Prohm push to get a commitment very soon from him (as soon as today or early in this week)? I assume that, if you are right about him wanting Moss, he will want to make that effort pretty soon.
Favorite thing about Moss transferring is hawk fans trying to sell themselves on an unrecruited red shirt freshman beating out a three year starter and that’s why Moss is transferring. Frederick was recruited by nobody and he tore everyone up in practice.
Certainly some of the best spin I've seen. Especially for somebody that committed to Iowa as a walk on. If he gets minutes he will be ripped to shreds when he can't defend or get open looks.
I'm assuming KU will want Moss if only so he can play significant minutes against ISU.
Competing against CMac for minutes at Iowa and Bill Self checking him out speaks volumes about Fran.
That and KU's desperation for any outside shooting threat after missing on Tucker and possibly falling behind on RJ Hampton. They also missed on Holyfield to Tech who is PF but one of their top Grad transfer targets. On to tier 2.
Isiah Moss has to pass summer courses or he won’t be eligible next year is what I’m hearing.
Does Iowa take Moss back if he doesn't finish out his classes?
KU must not know about CJ Frederick yet
Well for better or worse Moss will not be attending Iowa State.
@jakeweingarten Iowa transfer Isaiah Moss is now down to a final-four, per @DPiper247: Arkansas, Arizona State, Kansas, and Oregon. Was prioritized by teams all over the country, but now cuts to four.
Yeah, but I clicked on the last page, and then I have to go ALL the way back to the front, and that's like 3 clicks.
A decent list to choose from that’s for sure.
I thought that was the case, but I had to go back to the front page to make sure. Lots of stuff going on with MBB recruiting the last couple weeks.
I hate Fran
I don't know enough about other programs but I'd imagine ISU's not the only place going through it. The early draftee/but might come back stuff along with all of the transfers creates a lot of uneven situations.
Seems any decent program is going to struggle to keep a nucleus of players together one way or another.
i've liked to make jokes about moss in the past, but give the kid credit.
this is why i'm such a fan of transferring for kids these days- he gets out of playing for a jerk coach and not getting enough minutes and has four great options to finish out his career.