Night before WNBA draft prep

Draft overview, including invited prospects:

Name College/University Position Height

Rachel Banham Minnesota Guard 5-9
Imani Boyette Texas Center 6-7
Kahleah Copper Rutgers Forward/Guard 6-1
Moriah Jefferson Connecticut Guard 5-7
Jonquel Jones George Washington Forward 6-6
Tiffany Mitchell South Carolina Guard 5-9
Aerial Powers Michigan State Forward 6-0
Breanna Stewart Connecticut Forward 6-4
Morgan Tuck Connecticut Forward 6-2
Courtney Walker Texas A&M Guard 5-8
Talia Walton Washington Forward 6-2
Courtney Williams South Florida Guard 5-8

Meet the 12 invitees.

The WNBA draft “original three” are back together. Wow.

ESPN’s logistics.

Mock draft roundup, including mine.


Breanna Stewart will be great right away for the Seattle Storm.

Moriah Jefferson’s pre-draft diary. She could make Dallas-area history in the draft.

Stewart and Jefferson seem a 1-2 lock, but what about Morgan Tuck?

South Carolina’s Tiffany Mitchell will learn her pro fate tomorrow.

South Florida’s Courtney Williams aims high in the draft.

Texas’ Imani Boyette prepares to take the next step in the family business. She may soon follow in her mother’s footsteps.

How Talia Walton snapped out of a senior slump and upped her draft stock.

Aerial Powers should live her dream, Michigan State coach Suzy Merchant says.

Rachel Banham aims to be great in the WNBA.

Oregon State’s Jamie Weisner and Ruth Hamblin are expected to be drafted.

Tennessee’s Bashaara Graves is ready for the draft, but she isn’t stressed about it.

Kentucky guard Janee Thompson hopes to earn a spot.

FGCU’s Whitney Knight is excited and nervous for tomorrow.

Marist’s Tori Jarosz is hopeful.

South Dakota’s Nicole Seekamp awaits her fate.

South Carolina’s Sarah Imovbioh, Tina Roy and Khadijah Sessions attended a WNBA combine last week and are hopeful to be drafted or invited to camp.


The Lynx are looking for help in the draft. They probably won’t get a chance to draft Rachel Banham.

Four picks the Mystics could realistically select. Coach Mike Thibault loves defense, but will select the best available player.

The Sun are still debating their options. Coach Curt Miller shed light on what they might do.

The Sky’s pick centers on one position.

What will San Antonio do?

2014 draftee Natalie Achonwa offers her advice to this year’s class.

Recent transactions:

April 13, 2016

Team Player Transaction

Connecticut Victoria Macaulay Contract Signed
New York Talia Caldwell Contract Signed
Seattle Krystal Thomas Contract Signed
Seattle Quanitra Hollingsworth Contract Signed

April 12, 2016

Team Player Transaction

San Antonio Haley Peters Contract Signed