2024 WNBA Mock Draft Predictions: Where will Caitlin Clark, Angel Reese, and Kamilla Cardoso Land?

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WNBA Mock Draft Predictions
2024 WNBA Mock Draft Predictions: Where will Caitlin Clark, Angel Reese, and Kamilla Cardoso Land?

23-24 college basketball season

The 2023-24 college basketball season showcased extraordinary talent, and the anticipation among WNBA enthusiasts is palpable as the 2024 WNBA Draft approaches. With the draft set for Monday, standout players who commanded attention during their collegiate careers are poised to transition to the professional realm

Each year, the swift transition from college to the pros is remarkable. From strategizing against formidable opponents to becoming teammates with former college rivals, the journey is rapid. The absence of a WNBA Draft Combine adds to the challenge for team executives, who must make decisions with limited information regarding players’ physical attributes.

Unlike its NBA counterpart, the WNBA Draft values collegiate performance over theoretical potential. Players who have demonstrated their abilities on the court tend to fare well in the draft. While projections can estimate a player’s impact in a different team context, a robust collegiate resume is essential for securing a spot in the WNBA.

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WNBA Mock Draft Predictions

Let’s delve into the anticipated draft selections and where top prospects like Caitlin Clark, Angel Reese, and Kamilla Cardoso are likely to land.

  1. Indiana Fever: Caitlin Clark | 6-0 Guard | Iowa
  2. Los Angeles Sparks: Cameron Brink | 6-4 Forward/Center | Stanford
  3. Chicago Sky (from Phoenix): Rickea Jackson | 6-2 Forward | Tennessee
  4. Los Angeles Sparks (from Seattle): Kamilla Cardoso | 6-7 Center | South Carolina
  5. Dallas Wings (from Chicago): Jacy Sheldon | 5-10 Guard | Ohio State
  6. Washington Mystics: Aaliyah Edwards | 6-3 Forward/Center | UConn
  7. Minnesota Lynx: Angel Reese | 6-3 Forward/Center | LSU
  8. Chicago Sky (from Atlanta via L.A.): Nyadiew Puoch | 6-3 Forward | Southside Flyers (Australia)
  9. Dallas Wings: Carla Leite | 5-9 Guard | Tarbes (France)
  10. Connecticut Sun: Alissa Pili | 6-2 Forward | Utah
  11. New York Liberty: Nika Mühl | 5-10 Guard | UConn
  12. Atlanta Dream (from Las Vegas via L.A.): Charisma Osborne | 5-9 Guard | UCLA

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With the draft day approaching, the excitement mounts as fans eagerly await to see where these talented prospects will begin their WNBA journeys.

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