2024 WNBA Mock Draft

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2024 WNBA Draft Results
#TeamUpdated 4/15/24 – 3:11pm
1Indiana FeverCaitlin Clark – Iowa – 6-0 – Guard – Clark is an absolute superstar; an elite shot-maker who is nearly impossible to guard. She’s the clear no.1 prospect in the 2024 WNBA draft class and one of the best prospects of the past decade. She’s well on her way to being one of the faces of women’s basketball, an icon.
2LA SparksCameron Brink – Stanford – 6-4 – Center – A talented center who controls the paint on the defensive end and is a great shot blocker and intimidator in the lane and a high level rebounder. She has really good touch on her jumper and can even step out to 3. She looks like a lock to go in the top 5 of the 2024 WNBA Draft and could go as high as no.2 overall.
3Chicago Sky (from Mercury)Rickea Jackson – Tennessee – 6-2 – Forward – A talented offensive player with deep range on her jumper. Jackson improved her 3pt percentage to nearly 34% as a fifth year senior and looks poised to continue that trend in the future. She’s skilled with the ball in her hands, makes good decisions and has star potential at the next level.
4LA Sparks (from Storm)Kamilla Cardoso – South Carolina – 6-7 – Center – The Brazilian-born Cardoso is a dominant force in the lane who can anchor the defense and control the class. At 6-7, with a ton of size and strength, she’s can impose her will on the game. She needs to develop her shooting touch and improve from the FT line but even with those weaknesses she’s a force to be reckoned with.
5Dallas Wings
(from Sky)
Angel Reese – LSU – 6-3 – Forward – Reese is a special talent and is a star both on and off the court. She’s an elite rebounder and interior scorer and is a standout on the defensive end. She’s an exceptional athlete with awesome coordination and movement skills. Does most of her damage in the paint and is not much of an outside shooter.
6Wash. MysticsAaliyah Edwards – UConn (Canada) – 6-3 – Forward – Edwards is a powerful and athletic post player with great touch around the rim. She’s quick and agile and has all the tools to be a star at the next level. She’s incredibly efficient, shooting nearly 60% from the floor over the course of her four year UConn career. She projects as an elite role player rather than a first option offensive player.
7Chicago Sky (from Dream)Nyadiew Puoch – Australia – 6-3 – Forward – A solid athlete who impacts all aspects of the game. Runs the floor well and is excellent in transition.
8LynxJacy Sheldon – Ohio State – 5-10 – Guard – A high-energy and dynamic guard who impacts both ends of the floor.
9Dallas WingsAlissa Pili – Utah – 6-2 – Forward – Can score in the post or from 3pt land. Has size, strength and skill.
10Conn. SunLeïla Lecan – Pole, France – 5-11 – Guard – A special talent with the ball in her hands who could come in and have an immediate impact in the WNBA.
11NY LibertyIsobel Borlase – Australia – 5-11 – Guard – A dynamic young guard who might stay overseas for another year but is a big time talent.
12ATL Dream
(from Sparks/Aces)
Charisma Osborne – UCLA – 5- 9 – Guard – A big time athlete with an extra gear. Is a standout defender who uses her athleticism to pressure the ball.
Second Round
13Indiana FeverCharlisse Leger-Walker – Washington State (New Zealand) – 5-10 – Guard – A great passer with special court vision who can control the pace of play. Struggles to shoot the outside shot.
14Phoenix MercuryJessika Carter – Mississippi State – 6-5 – Center –
15ATL DreamElizabeth Kitley – Virginia Tech – 6-6 – Center – A big time talent who could fall on draft night due to an ACL tear. Could be a great value pick here.
16Las Vegas Aces
(from Mystic)
Leilani Correa – Florida – 6-0 – Guard – A dynamic player in the open court. Can score inside and out and is an efficient 3pt shooter.
17Wash. Mystic
(from Wings)
Nika Muhl – UConn – 5-10 – Guard – A high energy guard with great court vision and play-making skills. Leads by example and brings it every time out.
18NY LibertyJaylyn Sherrod – Colorado – 5-7 – Guard –
19Minn. LynxCeleste Taylor – Ohio State – 5-11 – Guard –
20LA SparksKiki Jefferson – Louisville – 6-1 – Guard –
21Seattle StormJakia Brown-Turner – Maryland – 6-0 – Guard –
22Conn. SunCarla Leite – France – 5-9 – Guard –
23Chicago SkyMarquesha Davis – Ole Miss – 6-0 – Guard –
24Las Vegas AcesJaz Shelley – Nebraska – 5-9 – Guard

The 2024 WNBA Draft will take place on April 15th starting at 7:30 ET.

Traded 2024 WNBA Draft Picks:

  • Wings get Sky first round pick.
  • Sparks get Aces first round pick
  • Aces get Mystic second round pick
  • Mystic get Wings second round pick

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