Sep 12, 2022, 10:02am EDT
2023 WNBA Draft watch: Haley Jones
If you enjoy positionless basketball, the Stanford Cardinal and their star senior Haley Jones are required viewing. Jones’ unique skillset makes her one of college basketball’s best players, and she’ll soon be drafted to the WNBA.
2023 WNBA Draft watch: Jordan Horston
Jordan Horston has been one of the most athletic players in the country from the minute she donned a Tennessee uniform. As a senior, she’s putting together her most impressive all-around season, and the Lady Vols have been better for it.
2023 WNBA Draft Watch: Elizabeth Kitley
Elizabeth Kitley just became the all-time leading scorer in Virginia Tech Hokies history, adding to her already-impressive list of accomplishments for Kenny Brooks’ program. The 6-foot-6 center is one of the most prolific low-post scorers in the country, and has been remarkably consistent statistically throughout her career.
2023 WNBA Draft watch: Aliyah Boston
Who said traditional low-post play was dead? South Carolina’s Aliyah Boston is the consensus No. 1 overall pick in the 2023 WNBA Draft thanks to her ability to dominate the paint, rebound the basketball and anchor an elite Gamecocks defense.
2023 WNBA Draft watch: Maddy Siegrist
When it comes to gaudy individual statistics, look no further than Villanova’s Maddy Siegrist, who is putting together a senior campaign worthy of National Player of the Year discussion. Her ability to score anywhere from the floor has put the Wildcats near the top of the Big East standings, and most would agree that she’ll hear her name called in the 2023 WNBA Draft, should she choose to declare.
2023 WNBA Draft Watch: Zia Cooke
Zia Cooke has been a tough-shot maker from the moment she donned a South Carolina jersey, and while her individual offense has been inconsistent over the years, she’s still been a key piece of one of the best programs in the country. Now a senior, Cooke has ironed out those inconsistencies in her game, making the Gamecocks even tougher as they look to repeat as NCAA champions.
December 11, 2022
2023 WNBA Draft Watch: Dyaisha Fair
Dyaisha Fair put up enormous numbers during her three seasons at Buffalo, but her recent transfer to Syracuse could be even more important if she’s looking to go pro in the 2023 WNBA Draft.
November 21, 2022
2023 WNBA Draft Watch: Charisma Osborne
Charisma Osborne has been one of the few dependable players for a UCLA program that has been up and down as of late. The Bruins have reloaded for the 2022-23 season, however, and Osborne herself is playing better than ever.
November 11, 2022
2023 WNBA Draft watch: How high can Diamond Miller’s ceiling get for the Terps?
Diamond Miller was on her way to becoming one of the top players in the country before a nagging knee injury slowed her down. Now that she’s healthy again, she will be placed in a newfound leadership role for a reloading Maryland Terrapins program. Should she impress as a senior, she could be one of the first players drafted into the WNBA in 2023.
October 23, 2022
2023 WNBA Draft Watch: Ashley Owusu
There weren’t many bigger transfers during the 2022 offseason than Ashley Owusu’s move from Maryland to Virginia Tech. The addition of the full-court playmaker may be just what the Hokies have needed to separate themselves from the pack in the competitive ACC.
October 16, 2022
2023 WNBA Draft Watch: Madi Williams
The Oklahoma Sooners boasted one of the most explosive offenses in the country last season, and athletic guard/forward Madi Williams thrived in it. She returns to Oklahoma for a fifth season, during which she’ll hone her skills in anticipation of the 2023 WNBA Draft.
October 9, 2022
2023 WNBA Draft Watch: Grace Berger
The Indiana Hoosiers are in a position to do something special for the 2022-23 NCAA season, and Grace Berger will once again be leading the charge. The fifth-year senior guard has a steady, balanced game and specializes in draining short-range and mid-range jumpshots.
September 12, 2022
WNBA Draft Watch 2023: Rickea Jackson
Rickea Jackson transferred from Mississippi State to Tennessee last March, staying in the SEC but moving to a situation with far less volatility. Should she get acquainted with her new teammates early and successfully, the potential is there for the multi-talented Jackson to earn a top selection in the 2023 WNBA Draft.