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Texas Tech Eyeing Elite Missouri State Transfer Isiaih Mosley

The Red Raiders could soon have another key transfer addition headed to Lubbock

Texas Tech has been hit hard by the transfer portal bug so far this offseason, but the Red Raiders could soon be a step closer to adding some major scoring relief at guard.

Missouri State transfer guard Isiaih Mosley entered the portal on April 28 and has already begun receiving interest from some major Big 12 programs. According to a report Tuesday from CBS Sports, Texas Tech, Kansas State, Mississippi State, and Kansas are all beginning to show heavy interest in the 6-5, 194-pounder from Columbia, Missouri.

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Simply put, Mosley was one of the best scorers in college basketball this past season. He had the 15th highest scoring average in the nation (20.4 points) while averaging 6.8 rebounds, 2.3 assists, and 1.2 steals on an impressive 50.4 percent shooting clip.

He helped lead the Bears to a 23-11 record in an underrated Missouri Valley Conference.

Mosley's best game of the season came in a Jan. 22 win over No. 22 Loyola Chicago, one of the top mid-major programs in the country and the eventual conference champs. He dropped 40 points and eight rebounds on an impressive 14-of-22 shooting performance to end the Rambler's 30-game home winning streak.

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The Red Raiders have lost Kevin McCullar, Mylik Wilson, and Terrence Shannon Jr. to the portal this offseason, but have made some key additions as well. Mark Adams and staff reeled in one of the best available big men in the country, as former Utah Valley center Fardaws Aimaq committed to Tech on April 29. Former Oregon guard De'Vion Harmon also announced his commitment one day prior.

The addition of a player like Mosley would only bolster what is already expected to be one of the best teams in college basketball next season.