CollegeWNBA Pre-draft pre-funk By Sue Favor - April 17, 2020 Facebook Twitter Linkedin What all 12 teams are looking for in the draft. The league ushers in a new era and a new superstar. A sneak peak at draftee fashion choices. How will Sabrina Ionescu’s game translate to the WNBA? The WNBA is getting more than a star in Satou Sabally, who is league-ready. Baylor post Lauren Cox hasn’t let diabetes stop her WNBA dreams. Princeton’s Bella Alarie is preparing for the draft at home. Gamecock Ty Harris is taking her talent and smile to the WNBA. Stella Johnson is the Cinderella story of the draft. Erica Ogwumike is projected to go third round. Former Razorback Alexis Tolefree hopes the WNBA will call. Former Longhorn Joyner Holmes is ready to play. Where will Kylee Shook and Jazmine Jones be picked? On lockdown, Spartan Taryn McCutcheon has done it all leading up to the draft. Missouri’s Amber Smith readies for the draft. Texas Tech’s Brittany Brewer would like to hear her name called tonight. UConn draft primer. Whom should the Sky pick, with no glaring needs? The Mercury is mulling ways to compliment their big three. Former draftees share their draft day memories. More WNBA news: WNBA commissioner Cathy Engelbert mulls twin bills with NBA teams to keep the season going. The iso: Tamika Catchings. Chiney Ogwumike has designed sneakers to represent her home team. Julie Allemand is adjusting to the basketball pause button. The new CBA will make pay more equitable. The WNBA will sell face masks with team logos to benefit hunger relief organizations. College player news: Maori Davenport wanted to play closer to home, and one call to Georgia coach Joni Taylor got her there. Isis Lopes has transferred from Clemson to UTEP. College coach news: Delisha Milton-Jones has been named head coach at Old Dominion. Semeka Randall Lay is the new head coach at Winthrop. Recruiting news: Shaquille O’Neal’s daughter Amirah has committed to LSU. Deyona Gaston has decommited from Mississippi State and will head to Texas. Five-star recruit Madison Hayes isn’t fully committed to Mississippi State. Division I and II schools will allow more flexibility to athletes to meet academic eligibility benchmarks.