The Kansas Jayhawks added Iowa transfer guard Isaiah Moss on Monday.
Moss started 96 of his 102 games at Iowa, averaging 8.9 points and shooting 39.1 percent from 3-point range (126 of 322) in his three seasons with the Hawkeyes.
The 6-foot-5 Moss will be immediately eligible at Kansas.
"We've obviously been looking for shooting throughout this recruiting period and we feel like we have addressed some of those needs with Isaiah's addition," Jayhawks coach Bill Self said in a release.
"When Isaiah is on the court, he's going to be a guy that could be a 40-45 percent 3-point shooter and with the line moving back, I think it's going to be even more important to have somebody who's consistently good from beyond the arc."
Moss last season shot 42.1 percent (48 of 114) from behind the arc, which will be moved back to the international distance of 22 feet, 1 3/4 inches starting this season. The previous college distance was 20 feet, 9 inches.
Moss has scored at least 20 points in seven career games. He started all 35 games last season for an Iowa team than went 23-12.
"Isaiah was a very good player on a very good team at the University of Iowa," Self said. "He's played in big games. He's certainly used to the physicality of our sport after playing in the Big Ten and has been very well-coached and drilled."