CollegeWNBA The day after By Sue Favor - April 18, 2020 More WNBA draft news: Draft grades and new power rankings. Sabrina Ionescu has picked up the torch as she steps into the New York spotlight. Ionescu’s jersey sold out within an hour of her being drafted. Ionescu will mean more to the league than triple-doubles. How her game translates to the WNBA. Lauren Cox’s skills and intangibles make her a perfect fit for the Fever. Chennedy Carter is ready for the WNBA after playing for Gary Blair at Texas A&M. Jazmine Jones and Kylee Shook are ready for the dream in the city that never sleeps. These players made history in being selected. Brittany Brewer is ready to start her WNBA journey. Jaylen Agnew became Creighton’s first draft pick. The Mercury traded their first-round pick to the Liberty for Shatori Walker-Kimbrough. The Wings acquired “generational talent” in the draft. The Lynx added front-line intensity and a guard. Did the Sparks get lucky with a second-round pick? Connecticut Sun draft wrap up. More WNBA news: The Sun have what they need to win a title, but the competition has never looked tougher. Stefanie Dolson and her entire family tested positive for coronavirus, and have since recovered. Media conference call with Cathy Engelbert yesterday. Always isoLate with Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe. College team news: Utah was plagued by inconsistency this season, but returners and a great recruiting class give reason for hope. College player news: BYU’s Shaylee Gonzales is back after recovering from an ACL tear. Destiny Slocum has transferred to Arkansas. Why Ole Miss thinks transfer Shakira Austin could be a “franchise kid.” Missouri has added Auburn transfer Lauren Hansen. Maryland’s two new transfers are eager to help their team retain glory. Colorado State has landed three transfers: from Seton Hall, Green Bay and the College of Southern Idaho. College coach news: Jesyka Burks-Wiley is the new head coach at FIU.