Isaiah Moss

This was easily the most enigmatic player on this season’s Iowa team. He has whole halves and sometimes entire games where he doesn’t look focused, motivated or interested. But he’s also capable of having stretches like the one at the end of a tough road game at Minnesota, where he scored 19 points in the final 96 seconds. For the season, he averaged 11.1 points per game and was second on the team with 49 3-point field goals. He has diverse offensive skills and can be a quality defender when he wants to be. If he can maximize his potential on a consistent basis, he could be an All-Big Ten player.

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