2022 WNBA Mock Draft 2.0

NaLyssa Smith of Baylor

The WNBA held their Draft Lottery to decide which WNBA team would get the first overall pick in this year’s draft class. This year, the honour belongs to the Washington Mystics. The Washington Mystics will get the opportunity to build their team into a possible Finals contender with their current roster with the #1 overall draft pick this year.

This is the second version of my 2022 WNBA Mock Draft. You can view the first version here. I will publish one more version before unveiling the final Mock Draft in the first week of April.

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2022 WNBA Mock Draft 2.0

FIRST ROUND

  • 1. Washington – Rhyne Howard, Kentucky
  • 2. Indiana – NaLyssa Smith, Baylor
  • 3. Atlanta- Ashley Joens, Iowa State
  • 4. Dallas – Naz Hillmon, Michigan
  • 5. New York – Shakira Austin, Ole Miss
  • 6. Dallas – Rae Burrell, Tennessee
  • 7. Chicago – Lorela Cubaj, Georgia Tech
  • 8. Minnesota – Elissa Cunane, NC State
  • 9. Seattle – Veronica Burton, Northwestern
  • 10. Indiana – Destanni Henderson – South Carolina
  • 11. Las Vegas – Khayla Pointer, LSU
  • 12. Connecticut – Emily Engstler, Louisville

SECOND ROUND

  • 13. Minnesota – Jenna Staiti, Georgia
  • 14. Atlanta – Evina Westbrook – UConn
  • 15. Los Angeles – Sedona Prince, Oregon
  • 16. Los Angeles – Christyn Williams, UConn
  • 17. Seattle – Lexi Hull, Stanford
  • 18. Seattle – Leigha Brown, Michigan
  • 19. Los Angeles – Que Morrison, Georgia
  • 20. Phoenix – Monika Czinano, Iowa
  • 21. Seattle – Mya Hollingshed, Colorado
  • 22. Minnesota – Grace Berger, Indiana
  • 23. Las Vegas – Cate Reese, Arizona
  • 24. Connecticut – Ali Patberg, Indiana

THIRD ROUND

  • 25. Indiana – Joanne Allen-Taylor, Texas
  • 26. Phoenix – Victaria Saxton, South Carolina
  • 27. Los Angeles – Kelsey Marshall, Miami
  • 28. Minnesota – Kayla Wells, Texas A&M
  • 29. New York – Ilmar’I Thomas – UCLA
  • 30. Dallas – Queen Egbo, Baylor
  • 31. Dallas – Vivian Gray, Texas Tech
  • 32. Phoenix – Maya Dodson, Notre Dame
  • 33. Seattle – Jade Melbourne, Austraila
  • 34. Indiana – Sonya Morris, DePaul
  • 35. Las Vegas – Taylor Mikesell, Ohio State
  • 36. Connecticut – Moon Ursin, Tulane

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