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Nov 17, 2021, 1:00pm EST
  • February 26

    2022 WNBA Draft Watch: Kierstan Bell

    FGCU’s Kierstan Bell recently announced that she’ll be leaving school early to enter the 2022 WNBA Draft. As a sizable wing with a large amount of offensive skill, Bell’s decision will likely affect the first round.

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  • February 12

    2022 WNBA Draft Watch: Shakira Austin

    Once one of the most highly-ranked high school recruits in the nation, Shakira Austin bet on herself when she transferred to Ole Miss. It’s worked out for everyone: the Rebels are the most competitive they’ve been in over a decade and Austin has blossomed into one of the NCAA’s premier centers.

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  • February 5

    WNBA Draft Watch: Elissa Cunane

    The NC State Wolfpack have been one of the stronger programs in the country in recent years, and they’re having one of their best-ever seasons in 2021-22. Center Elissa Cunane has been driving a successful team offense designed around her with a smooth low-post game.

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  • January 29

    2022 WNBA Draft Watch: Khayla Pointer

    The LSU Tigers are having a resurgent season in Kim Mulkey’s first year coaching the team and point guard Khayla Pointer returning for a fifth season is a major reason why. A longtime WNBA hopeful, Pointer bet on herself by going back to school, and it’s looking like she made the right call.

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  • January 22

    2022 WNBA Draft Watch: Lorela Cubaj

    Lorela Cubaj’s decision to return to Georgia Tech for a fifth season was an impactful one. Months later, the 2021 ACC Defensive Player of the Year’s role on the Yellow Jackets has increased immensely, and it’s hard to imagine where the program would currently be without her.

  • January 15

    2022 WNBA Draft Watch: NaLyssa Smith

    NaLyssa Smith has been one of the country’s top power forwards for quite some time now and she’s only getting better under first-year Baylor head coach Nicki Collen. Can she challenge Rhyne Howard for the No. 1 overall WNBA Draft selection in 2022?

  • January 5

    2022 WNBA Draft Watch: Naz Hillmon

    The Michigan Wolverines are a program that’s on the rise, but it’s hard to imagine where they’d be without star center Naz Hillmon. Her consistency in the paint and on the boards has earned her a lengthy list of awards and her statistical resume is among the most impressive in 2022’s WNBA Draft class.

  • January 1

    2022 WNBA Draft Watch: Destanni Henderson

    The South Carolina Gamecocks are a physically overwhelming team that boasts both size and athleticism. Driving the national championship contender’s transition offense is senior point guard Destanni Henderson — a dynamic player with an eye-catching extra gear in her game.

  • December 15, 2021

    2022 WNBA Draft Watch: Nia Clouden

    Nia Clouden has flown under the radar for most of her collegiate career at Michigan State, but the Spartan point guard is finally getting recognized on a national level in the months leading up to the 2022 WNBA Draft.

  • December 8, 2021

    2022 WNBA Draft Watch: Rhyne Howard

    The Kentucky Wildcats’ Rhyne Howard has been viewed for quite some time as the best the 2022 WNBA Draft class has to offer. A multitude of offensive gifts and professional potential separate her from the pack.

  • December 4, 2021

    2022 WNBA Draft Watch: Veronica Burton

    A two-time Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year, point guard Veronica Burton has energized Northwestern women’s basketball, embodying a defensive-minded approach that has kept the Wildcats relevant in a competitive conference. Entering her senior season, there’s more on Burton’s shoulders than ever before — and so far, she’s delivered.

  • November 24, 2021

    2022 WNBA Draft Watch: Ashley Joens

    There’s no question that Iowa State’s Ashley Joens is one of the top collegiate players in the country. As the 2021 Cheryl Miller Award recipient enters her senior season with the Cyclones, let’s take a look at what makes her game special — and what may stick out the most to WNBA scouts.

  • November 17, 2021

    2022 WNBA Draft Watch: Mya Hollingshed

    An athletic, skilled forward, Mya Hollingshed has all the tools to be drafted to the WNBA in 2022. In returning to school to help the Colorado Buffaloes get to the NCAA Tournament, she has a golden opportunity to improve her draft stock in the process.