Women’s College Basketball Players Rankings – Class by Class! Week 13

Kierstan Bell - Florida Gulf Coast University

We are nearing the end of the regular season and this week, many teams were upset within the AP Top 25. More cancellations and postponements happened after the Texas winter storm either cancelled or postponed games in or around the Texas area.

Listed below are the top 36 seniors, the top 27 juniors, the top 18 sophomores and the top 9 freshmen for the week of February 15th to February 21st.

If you would like to view the previous week, you may do so here. Questions? First time viewing the rankings? The FAQ page can help answer your questions.

SENIORS

  1. Natasha Mack – Oklahoma State
  2. Chelsea Dungee – Arkansas
  3. Aari McDonald – Arizona
  4. Gabby Connally – Georgia
  5. Arella Guirantes – Rutgers
  6. Rennia Davis – Tennessee
  7. Aleah Goodman – Oregon State
  8. Jasmine Walker – Alabama
  9. Michaela Onyenwere – UCLA
  10. Mya Hollingshed – Colorado
  11. Ali Patberg – Indiana
  12. Kayla Jones – NC State
  13. Bethy Mununga – South Florida
  14. Destiny Slocum – Arkansas
  15. Aisha Sheppard – Virginia Tech
  16. Kiana Williams – Stanford
  17. Katie Benzan – Maryland
  18. DiJonai Carrington – Baylor
  19. Amber Ramirez – Arkansas
  20. Dana Evans – Louisville
  21. Moon Ursin – Baylor
  22. Kayla Wells – Texas A&M
  23. Aaliyah Wilson – Texas A&M
  24. Que Morrison – Georgia
  25. Tylee Irwin – South Dakota State
  26. Temi Carda – Creighton
  27. Lindsey Pulliam – Northwestern
  28. Blanca Millan – Maine
  29. Brice Calip – Missouri State
  30. Hannah Sjerven – South Dakota
  31. Caitlyn Hibner – Green Bay
  32. Jayla Thornton – Howard
  33. Didi Richards – Baylor
  34. Ane Olaeta – California Baptist
  35. Jasmine Robinson – Troy
  36. Natalie Armstrong – Samford

JUNIORS

  1. Naz Hillmon – Michigan
  2. Elissa Cunane – NC State
  3. Charli Collier – Texas
  4. Christyn Williams – Connecticut
  5. Ashley Joens – Iowa State
  6. Olivia Nelson-Ododa – Connecticut
  7. Destanni Henderson – South Carolina
  8. Grace Berger – Indiana
  9. Lexi Held – DePaul
  10. Rae Burrell – Tennessee
  11. Lexi Hull – Stanford
  12. Sydni Harvey – South Florida
  13. Ja’Mee Asberry – Oklahoma State
  14. Leigha Brown – Michigan
  15. Shakira Austin – Ole Miss
  16. Destiny Harden – Miami
  17. Paiton Burckhard – South Dakota State
  18. Morgan Jones – Florida State
  19. Rhyne Howard – Kentucky
  20. Nia Clouden – Michigan State
  21. Monika Czinano – Iowa
  22. Jasmine Dickey – Delaware
  23. Jasmine Franklin – Missouri State
  24. Skyler Curran – High Point
  25. Michaela Harrison – Mount St.Mary’s
  26. Lou Lopez-Senechal – Fairfield
  27. Melody Kempton – Gonzaga

SOPHOMORES

  1. Kierstan Bell – FGCU
  2. Jakia Brown-Turner – NC State
  3. Ashley Owusu – Maryland
  4. Jacy Sheldon – Ohio State
  5. Isabelle Bourne – Nebraska
  6. Diamond Miller – Maryland
  7. Esmery Martinez – West Virginia
  8. Aliyah Boston – South Carolina
  9. Zia Cooke – South Carolina
  10. Elizabeth Kitley – Virginia Tech
  11. Kirsten Deans – West Virginia
  12. Alyza Winston – Michigan State
  13. Taylor Jones – Oregon State
  14. Ashley Scoggin – Nebraska
  15. Shaylee Gonzales – BYU
  16. Celeste Taylor – Texas
  17. Beyonce Bea – Idaho
  18. Dasia Young – UT Martin

FRESHMEN

  1. Caitlin Clark – Iowa
  2. Diamond Johnson – Rutgers
  3. Charlisse Leger-Walker – Washington State
  4. Paige Bueckers – Connecticut
  5. Aaliyah Edwards – Connecticut
  6. Lexi Fleming – Bowling Green
  7. Talia von Oelhoffen – Oregon State
  8. Deja Kelly – North Carolina
  9. Cameron Brink – Stanford

Women’s College Basketball Players Rankings – Class by Class! Week 12

Grace Berger of Indiana

Another week, another No. 1 team lost. South Carolina lost to Connecticut last Monday, which means we will have yet another No. 1 team this week. Some teams had their Senior night games last week and there were more cancellations and postponements and it’s going to get harder to reschedule or play the missed games as the regular season is winding down.

Listed below are the top 36 seniors, the top 27 juniors, the top 18 sophomores and the top 9 freshmen for the week of February 8th to February 14th. You can view the previous week here. Questions? First time viewing these rankings? The FAQ page can help you out.

SENIORS

  1. Michaela Onyenwere – UCLA
  2. Arella Guirantes – Rutgers
  3. Dana Evans – Louisville
  4. Aari McDonald – Arizona
  5. Rennia Davis – Tennnessee
  6. Deja Church – DePaul
  7. Gabby Connally – Georgia
  8. Kysre Gondrezick – West Virginia
  9. Janelle Bailey – North Carolina
  10. Kayla Jones – NC State
  11. Destiny Pitts – Texas A&M
  12. Mya Hollingshed – Colorado
  13. Aaliyah Wilson – Texas A&M
  14. Ali Patberg – Indiana
  15. Sam Thomas – Arizona
  16. Jenna Staiti – Georgia
  17. Kiana Williams – Stanford
  18. Bethy Mununga – South Florida
  19. Nancy Mulkey – Rice
  20. Que Morrison – Georgia
  21. Gina Conti – Wake Forest
  22. Ivana Raca – Wake Forest
  23. Jenn Wirth – Gonzaga
  24. Jill Townsend – Gonzaga
  25. Brice Calip – Missouri State
  26. Chloe Lamb – South Dakota
  27. Natalie Chou – UCLA
  28. Erin Whalen – Dayton
  29. Tori Martell – Montana State
  30. Anna McLeod – Abilene Christian
  31. Alexus Dye – Troy
  32. Cierra Hall – UC Davis
  33. Kendall Bresee – Mount St. Mary’s
  34. Willow Duffell – Marist
  35. Ane Olaeta – California Baptist
  36. Skyler Goodwin – Louisiana

JUNIORS

  1. Grace Berger – Indiana
  2. Naz Hillmon – Michigan
  3. Shakira Austin – Ole Miss
  4. Madi Williams – Oklahoma
  5. Imani Lewis – Wisconsin
  6. Sonya Morris – DePaul
  7. Cate Reese – Arizona
  8. Ashley Joens – Iowa State
  9. Destanni Henderson – South Carolina
  10. Rae Burrell – Tennessee
  11. Myah Selland – South Dakota State
  12. Charli Collier – Texas
  13. Kianna Smith – Louisville
  14. Nia Clouden – Michigan State
  15. Leigha Brown – Michigan
  16. Jasmine Franklin – Missouri State
  17. Bianca Jackson – Florida State
  18. Elizabeth Dixon – Louisville
  19. Jasmine Dickey – Delaware
  20. Sydni Harvey – South Florida
  21. Elisa Pinzan – South Florida
  22. Lexi Held – DePaul
  23. Paiton Burckhard – South Dakota State
  24. Ayana Emmanuel – Alabama State
  25. Eboni Williams – Chattanoga
  26. Olivia Nelson – Ododa – Connecticut
  27. Elissa Cunane – NC State

SOPHOMORES

  1. Ashley Owusu – Maryland
  2. Diamond Miller – Maryland
  3. Aliyah Boston – South Carolina
  4. Haley Jones – Stanford
  5. Zia Cooke – South Carolina
  6. Elizabeth Kitley – Virginia Tech
  7. Lavender Briggs – Florida
  8. Mackenzie Holmes – Indiana
  9. Kierstan Bell – FGCU
  10. Hanna Cavinder – Fresno State
  11. Mimi Collins – Maryland
  12. Jakia Brown – Turner – NC State
  13. Jordan Nixon – Texas A&M
  14. Kadi Sissoko – Minnesota
  15. Nyara Sabally – Oregon
  16. Charisma Osborne – UCLA
  17. Dasia Young – UT Martin
  18. Maggie Pina – Boston University

FRESHMEN

  1. Paige Bueckers – Connecticut & Caitlin Clark – Iowa
  2. Charlisse Leger-Walker – Washington State
  3. Claire Wyatt – High Point
  4. Diamond Johnson – Rutgers
  5. Emani Jefferson – Wright State
  6. Lexi Fleming – Bowling Green
  7. Cameron Brink – Stanford
  8. Sean Kelly Darks – North Carolina A&T
  9. Aaliyah Edwards – Connecticut

2021 WNBA Mock Draft Version 2.0

Awak Kuier of Finland

It’s been one month since I published my first version of the WNBA Mock Draft and it is now time for the second version. A lot has changed since then. The top 2 draft picks now belong to Dallas instead of New York who held the 1st pick. The Dallas Wings suddenly now have a lot of picks in this draft, but who knows if they will keep them or they will give them away. Roster spots are at a premium now in the WNBA, so a ton of these players selected might get training camp invites only and may have to resort to playing overseas first or waiting for 7 day contracts, etc.

Some players increased their draft stock since last month and that is reflected in this second version of the 2021 WNBA Mock Draft. I will have two more versions of this WNBA Mock Draft, one that will be released in March and the final WNBA Mock Draft which will be released one week before the WNBA Draft takes place.

2021 WNBA Mock Draft Version 2.0

FIRST ROUND

  1. Awak Kuier, Finland – Dallas Wings

The Dallas Wings have the top 2 picks and they should select the best player available which is now Awak Kuier of Finland. She recently played in Eurobasket qualifiers and played very well against some of the top European countries. She showed a variety of skills which should translate very well into the WNBA. Even if she does not show up this season, the Wings should select her and retain her draft rights until she does comes over.

2. Charli Collier, Texas – Dallas Wings

With the second pick, the Dallas Wings should select Charli Collier from Texas. She’s a local player and she’s played very well for Texas. She was my top pick last month, but she drops to the second pick this month because Kuier played extremely well for during Eurobasket qualifiers and is just a bit better than Collier at this point. She’s also younger than Collier, so she can grow and develop even more. This is not a knock on Charli Collier who is still a very good player and should give Dallas some help in terms of rebounding and a post presence.

3. Dana Evans, Louisville – Atlanta Dream

Dana Evans has increased her draft stock from last month due to her ability to effectively lead Louisville in late game situations. She has become the leader and has made so many clutch shots over the past month. Since Renee Montgomery announced her retirement, the Dream need a point guard and Dana Evans can fill that role off the bench.

4. Chelsea Dungee, Arkansas – Indiana Fever

The Indiana Fever have not been lucky in terms of the lottery and in WNBA Free Agency, so why not add the best player still on the board in Chelsea Dungee? Chelsea Dungee is another player who increased her draft stock from last month and is quickly rising. She can be a spark plug for the Fever and can quickly become a fan favorite in Indiana with her style of play.

5. Aari McDonald, Arizona – Dallas Wings

Aari McDonald drops this month in my WNBA Mock Draft, but that’s not because of her, it’s just because other players stepped up since last month. Aari McDonald is a top 5 player and Dallas should draft her because she is a very good guard and can help Dallas off the bench with her scoring.

6. Arella Guirantes, Rutgers – New York Liberty

7. Rennia Davis, Tennessee – Dallas Wings

8. Michaela Onyenwere, UCLA – Chicago Sky

9. Natasha Mack, Oklahoma State – Minnesota Lynx

10. Kysre Gondrezick, West Virginia – Los Angeles Sparks

11. Destiny Slocum, Arkansas – Seattle Storm

12. N’Dea Jones, Texas A&M – Las Vegas Aces

SECOND ROUND

  1. Ciera Johnson, Texas A&M – Dallas Wings
  2. Jenna Staiti, Georgia – Indiana Fever
  3. Kianna Williams, Stanford – Atlanta Dream
  4. Lindsay Pulliam, Northwestern – Chicago Sky
  5. Kayla Jones, NC State – New York Liberty
  6. Jasmine Walker, Alabama – Seattle Storm
  7. Aaliyah Wilson, Texas A&M – Indiana Fever
  8. Tekia Mack, Rutgers – Connecticut Sun
  9. Ali Patberg, Indiana – Connecticut Sun
  10. DiJonai Carrington, Baylor – Los Angeles Sparks
  11. Selena Lott, Marquette – Seattle Storm
  12. Tiana Mangakahia, Syracuse – Las Vegas Aces

THIRD ROUND

  1. Moon Ursin, Baylor – New York Liberty
  2. Khayla Pointer, LSU – Indiana Fever
  3. Deja Church, DePaul – Atlanta Dream
  4. Amber Ramirez, Arkansas – Los Angeles Sparks
  5. Kayla Wells, Texas A&M – New York Liberty
  6. Jenn Wirth, Gonzaga – Connecticut Sun
  7. Kristin Scott, Iowa State – Indiana Fever
  8. Jill Townsend, Gonzaga – Phoenix Mercury
  9. Lauren Heard, TCU – Indiana Fever
  10. Chloe Bibby, Maryland – Los Angeles Sparks
  11. Que Morrison, Georgia – Seattle Storm
  12. Nancy Mulkey, Rice – Las Vegas Aces

Women’s College Basketball Players Rankings – Class by Class! Week 11

Natasha Mack of Oklahoma State

What an incredible and interesting week! The No. 1 overall team was upset last week & the team that upset them also lost later that week. A couple of teams were upset in the top 10, and a few lost games who were ranked in the AP Top 25. Parity has come to this women’s college basketball season even amongst more COVID-19 postponements and cancellations.

Listed below is the top 36 seniors, the top 27 juniors, the top 18 sophomores and the top 9 freshmen for the week of February 1st to February 7th. You can check out the previous week here. If you have any questions, or if it is your first time viewing these rankings, you can view the FAQ page.

SENIORS

  1. Natasha Mack – Oklahoma State
  2. Dana Evans – Louisville
  3. Kysre Gondrezick – West Virginia
  4. Kayla Wells – Texas A&M
  5. Jasmine Walker – Alabama
  6. Lindsey Pulliam – Northwestern
  7. Tekia Mack – Rutgers
  8. Aaliyah Wilson – Texas A&M
  9. Deja Church – DePaul
  10. DiJonai Carrington – Baylor
  11. Michaela Onyenwere – UCLA
  12. Que Morrison – Georgia
  13. Gina Conti – Wake Forest
  14. Moon Ursin – Baylor
  15. Erin Boley – Oregon
  16. Kiana Williams – Stanford
  17. Amber Ramirez – Arkansas
  18. Jenna Staiti – Georgia
  19. Chelsea Dungee – Arkansas
  20. Ali Patberg – Indiana
  21. Ciera Johnson – Texas A&M
  22. Katie Benzan – Maryland
  23. Jill Townsend – Gonzaga
  24. Blanca Millan – Maine
  25. Chloe Bibby – Maryland
  26. Jenna Giacone – Dayton
  27. Khayla Pointer – LSU
  28. Dora Goles – Idaho State
  29. Willow Duffell – Marist
  30. Marissa Banfield – Stephen F. Austin
  31. Lore Devos – Colorado State
  32. Tylee Irwin – South Dakota State
  33. Skyler Goodwin – Louisiana
  34. Ameshya Williams – Jackson State
  35. Ane Olaeta – California Baptist
  36. Nicole Cardano – Hillary – Indiana

JUNIORS

  1. Charli Collier – Texas
  2. Shakira Austin – Ole Miss
  3. Rhyne Howard – Kentucky
  4. Sonya Morris – DePaul
  5. Veronica Burton – Northwestern
  6. Ashley Joens – Iowa State
  7. Christyn Williams – Connecticut
  8. Elissa Cunane – NC State
  9. NaLyssa Smith – Baylor
  10. Dorka Juhasz – Ohio State
  11. Victaria Saxton – South Carolina
  12. Lotta Maj-Lahtinen – Georgia Tech
  13. Nia Clouden – Michigan State
  14. Aaliyah Patty – Ohio State
  15. Myah Selland – South Dakota State
  16. Morgan Jones – Florida State
  17. Kianna Smith – Louisville
  18. Kari Niblack – West Virginia
  19. Destanni Henderson – South Carolina
  20. Angel Baker – Wright State
  21. Jasmine Dickey – Delaware
  22. Jasmine Hardy – Long Beach State
  23. Jada Dapaa – St. Francis
  24. Annie Ramil – Samford
  25. Conley Chinn – Belmont
  26. Lexi Held – DePaul
  27. Paiton Burckhard – South Dakota State

SOPHOMORES

  1. Endyia Rogers – USC
  2. Mackenzie Holmes – Indiana
  3. Kierstan Bell – FGCU
  4. Charisma Osborne – UCLA
  5. Elizabeth Kitley – Virginia Tech
  6. Zia Cooke – South Carolina
  7. Mackenna Marisa – Penn State
  8. Ashley Owusu – Maryland
  9. Nyara Sabally – Oregon
  10. Aliyah Boston – South Carolina
  11. Jada Boyd – NC State
  12. Dyaisha Fair – Buffalo
  13. Sam Brunelle – Notre Dame
  14. Kayleigh Truong – Gonzaga
  15. Jenson Edwards – High Point
  16. Katia Gallegos – UTEP
  17. Grace Berg – Drake
  18. Sydney Johnson – Boston University

FRESHMEN

  1. Paige Bueckers – Connecticut
  2. Caitlin Clark – Iowa
  3. Charlisse Leger-Walker – Washington State
  4. Kamilla Cardoso – Syracuse
  5. Aaliyah Edwards – Connecticut
  6. Cameron Brink – Stanford
  7. Alyssa Ustby – North Carolina
  8. Diamond Johnson – Rutgers
  9. Nika Muhl – Connecticut

Women’s College Basketball Players Rankings – Class by Class! Week 10

Chelsea Dungee of Arkansas

What a week it was last week. Two teams in the top 5 were upset and the No.1 overall team survived a close call. Some records were made last week, more games were cancelled or postponed and the teams are starting to seperate themselves within their respective conferences.

Listed below is the top 36 seniors, the top 27 juniors, the top 18 sophomores and the top 9 freshmen for the week of Jan. 25th to Jan 31st. You can view the previous week here. Have questions? First time viewing these rankings? The FAQ page can help you out.

SENIORS

  1. Chelsea Dungee – Arkansas
  2. Kysre Gondrezick – West Virginia
  3. Natasha Mack – Oklahoma State
  4. Rennia Davis – Tennessee
  5. N’dea Jones – Texas A&M
  6. Amber Ramirez – Arkansas
  7. Aisha Sheppard – Virginia Tech
  8. Dana Evans – Louisville
  9. Petra Holesinka – North Carolina
  10. Moon Ursin – Baylor
  11. Lindsey Pulliam – Northwestern
  12. Selena Lott – Marquette
  13. Kiana Williams – Stanford
  14. Braxtin Miller – Ohio State
  15. Tiana Mangakahia – Syracuse
  16. Faustine Aifuwa – LSU
  17. Aleah Goodman – Oregon State
  18. Ivana Raca – Wake Forest
  19. DiJonai Carrington – Baylor
  20. Ciera Johnson – Texas A&M
  21. Jenn Wirth – Gonzaga
  22. Kayla Wells – Texas A&M
  23. Chloe Bibby – Maryland
  24. Jill Townsend – Gonzaga
  25. Felicia Washington – Clemson
  26. Destiny Slocum – Arkansas
  27. Jenna Giacone – Dayton
  28. Hannah Nihill – Drexel
  29. India Pagan – Stony Brook
  30. Jayla Thornton – Howard
  31. Taya Bolden – Campbell
  32. Chelsey Perry – UT Martin
  33. Ameshya Williams – Jackson State
  34. Tessa Brugler – Bucknell
  35. Alexus Dye – Troy
  36. Lore Devos – Colorado State

JUNIORS

  1. Christyn Williams – UConn
  2. Charli Collier – Texas
  3. NaLyssa Smith – Baylor
  4. Rhyne Howard – Kentucky
  5. Rae Burrell – Tennessee
  6. Ashley Joens – Iowa State
  7. Monika Czinano – Iowa
  8. Anastasia Hayes – Middle Tennessee
  9. Veronica Burton – Northwestern
  10. Evina Westbrook – UConn
  11. LaDazhia Williams – Missouri
  12. Victaria Saxton – South Carolina
  13. Sam Haiby – Nebraska
  14. Elizabeth Balogun – Louisville
  15. Dorka Juhasz – Ohio State
  16. Lexie Hull – Stanford
  17. Elizabeth Dixon – Louisville
  18. Jasmine Franklin – Missouri State
  19. Lotta-Maj Lahtinen – Georgia Tech
  20. Brittney Smith – UCF
  21. Andrea Cournoyer – Samford
  22. Grace Berger – Indiana
  23. Jasmine Hardy – Long Beach State
  24. Callie Bourne – Idaho State
  25. Bree Calhoun – Seattle University
  26. Dee Dee Davis – Manhattan
  27. Zhaneia Thybulle – Wagner

SOPHOMORES

  1. Endyia Rogers – USC
  2. Charisma Osborne – UCLA
  3. Ashley Owusu – Maryland
  4. Elizabeth Kitley – Virginia Tech
  5. Zia Cooke – South Carolina
  6. Tamari Key – Tennessee
  7. Gabby Gregory – Oklahoma
  8. Esmery Martinez – West Virginia
  9. Donnetta Johnson – Ole Miss
  10. Diamond Miller – Maryland
  11. Mackenzie Holmes – Indiana
  12. Haley Jones – Stanford
  13. Camille Hobby – NC State
  14. Dre’Una Edwards – Kentucky
  15. Aliyah Boston – South Carolina
  16. Carissa Garcia – Northern Kentucky
  17. Elissa Brett – Bowling Green
  18. Zya Nugent – Stephen F. Austin

FRESHMEN

  1. Paige Bueckers- UConn
  2. Caitlin Clark – Iowa
  3. Kamilla Cardoso – Syracuse
  4. Hailey Van Lith – Louisville
  5. Lexi Fleming- Bowling Green
  6. Emily Bessoir – UCLA
  7. Bella Smuda – Liberty
  8. Olivia Cochran – Louisville
  9. Cameron Brink – Stanford