Moss de-com­mits from Hoop Hogs

The Saline Courier Weekend - - SPORTS - By Nate Allen

FAYET­TEVILLE Isa­iah Moss, a three-year let­ter­man bas­ket­ball guard com­mit­ted since May 15 as a grad­u­ate trans­fer from the Univer­sity of Iowa to the Univer­sity of Arkansas, has re­scinded his Ra­zor­backs commitment and re­opened his grad­u­ate trans­fer availabili­ty via the NCAA por­tal, Moss dis­closed Fri­day on Twit­ter.

To 10 re­turnees listed as on UA schol­ar­ship last sea­son un­der former Arkansas Coach Mike An­der­son, new Arkansas Coach Eric Mus­sel­man has added im­me­di­ately el­i­gi­ble grad­u­ate trans­fers Jimmy Whitt of SMU, a guard iron­i­cally com­menc­ing his col­le­giate ca­reer un­der An­der­son at Arkansas be­fore trans­fer­ring as a sopho­more to SMU, and for­ward Jean­tal Cylla trans­fer­ring from North Carolina-wilm­ing­ton.

Con­nor Vanover, a 7-3 cen­ter and Lit­tle Rock na­tive trans­fer­ring as a sopho­more from Stan­ford, and JD No­tae, trans­fer­ring as a sopho­more from the Univer­sity of Jack­sonville, by NCAA rules must red­shirt as un­der­grad­u­ate trans­fers from one Division I school to an­other, though Vanover is ex­pected to ap­peal he’s re­turn­ing close to home be­cause of his grand­mother’s ill health.

Kerry Black­s­hear, a 6-10 cen­ter open to re­cruit­ing as an im­me­di­ately el­i­gi­ble for one year grad­u­ate trans­fer from Vir­ginia Tech, re­port­edly vis­ited the UA Fri­day.

Black­s­hear av­er­aged 14.9 points and 7.5 re­bounds for Vir­ginia Tech’s 26-9 Hok­ies this past sea­son reach­ing the NCAA Tour­na­ment’s Sweet Six­teen.

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