CollegeWNBA The day after By Sue Favor - April 13, 2018 More on the WNBA draft: Draft grades. The league’s team-by-team analysis. ESPN commentators share their thoughts and make predictions. The draft inspired some young girls last night. Great draft photos. The Fever have reloaded. A’ja Wilson is ready to stage her second act. Diamond DeShields knows she has plenty to prove in the WNBA. DeShields is ready for a fresh start in Chicago. Under Sue Bird’s guidance, Jordin Canada looks to become the next great Storm point guard. Inside Victoria Vivians’ draft experience in New York. Van Chancellor sings Vivians’ praises. Jill Barta reacts to being drafted. Draftee Mackenzie Engram has an NFL-playing brother. The business: Why it’s even difficult to compete as a WNBA agent. Tamika Catchings talks about entering the WNBA. Final Four: ….made history with viewership and attendance numbers. College player news: Arike Ogunbowale will appear in the athlete-only season of “Dancing with the Stars.” The NCAA has broken its own rules for DWTS, and that’s progress. Ogunbowale plays a news dude one-on-one. Auburn’s Bria Johnson uses poetry to serve the community. Dana Evans is looking forward to next season at Louisville. Is Danni Williams considering a transfer from Texas A&M? Myriama Smith Traore will transfer from Marquette. College coach news: Valparaiso’s new coach is Mary Evans. Changes are coming for Kentucky’s coaching staff. New Gophers coach Lindsay Whalen says she always envisioned herself coaching. Geno Auriemma shares his thoughts on Minnesota’s hire of Whalen. New Clemson coach Amanda Butler talks about her coaching philosophy.