Isiaih Mosley is one of the top transfers in the NCAA Basketball transfer portal. Which teams are reportedly in play for the guard?
After another stellar season in Springfield, Isiaih Mosely announced he would be entering the transfer portal. On Tuesday, Jon Rothstein tweeted that Mosley is receiving offers from four major programs.
Sources: Missouri State transfer Isiaih Mosely is receiving interest from the following programs.
Also visited Mississippi State last weekend
Mosley is coming off a career-high in points (20.4) and three-point percentage (42.7%). Mosley is a big guard who can score from anywhere on the court. He is an elite scorer off the dribble and is strong enough to post up smaller defenders in the post. For having a big frame he has incredible touch around the basket and different combinations of hesitation moves and head fakes.
There is some skepticism about bringing Mosley on at a power level. At Missouri State, Mosley was extremely ball-dominant. Will he be able to be a complimentary player playing alongside other high-level scorers? Being a ball stopper at a school like Kansas can really stunt a team’s offensive potential. No pass possession at Missouri State was tolerable, not so much the case at a bigger program. Granted Bill Self was able to get Remy Martin to buy in maybe he can do the same with Mosley.
Now for his decision, it’s really going to come down to what he is trying to get out of probably his final college season. Or how much someone is willing to fork over in NIL money. Mosley could go to Kansas State and immediately be the number one option and be the same guy he was at Missouri State. If he is wanting to boost his draft stock going to either Kansas or Texas Tech makes more sense.
Giving him a chance to show NBA scouts he can be a secondary option in college and play off the ball. Leading to a future role as an NBA role player. But no matter where he goes, Mosley will provide another elite scoring threat.