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.
The 2022-23 college basketball season is right around the corner, and for WNBA fans, that means it’s almost time to start watching for the league’s next crop of young talent. Here are just a few of the biggest names we’ll expect to see drafted in 2023.
Let’s grade every first round pick in the 2022 WNBA Draft.
With four draft picks and a playoff caliber team, the Minnesota Lynx will be looking to take some chances and find the players they need to take the next step.
Reactions ranged from friends, family, and coaches to NBA players.
They range from sorority connections to athletic family ties.
The Lynx are trading players they will probably cut in training camp. But they are getting a 2019 second round pick who could help them later on.
DeShields went professional last year, but was ruled ineligible by the WNBA.