The WNBA Draft Lottery took place last month and with that said, we now have our full WNBA draft order. We can now place our picks with the teams and have some idea in where they could possibly end up.
These players have started to play in their senior seasons and some are continuing to remain top picks, while some other players have dropped and some new players have started to slowly make a name for themselves.
This is the third version of this draft I have prepared. I started two years ago, when these players were sophomores and then last year, when they were juniors.
Listed below are the top 36 draft picks, listed in three rounds. The final 2023 WNBA Mock Draft will go up one week before the actual WNBA draft takes place in April.
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2023 WNBA Mock Draft 3.0
- Aliyah Boston, South Carolina – Indiana Fever
- Haley Jones, Stanford – Minnesota Lynx
- Diamond Miller, Maryland – Dallas Wings
- Jordan Horston, Tennessee – Washington Mystics
- Rickea Jackson, Tennessee – Chicago Sky
- Zia Cooke, South Carolina – Atlanta Dream
- Charisma Osborne, UCLA – Indiana Fever
- Elizabeth Kitley, Virginia Tech – Atlanta Dream
- Ashley Joens, Iowa State – Seattle Storm
- Mackenzie Holmes, Indiana – Connecticut Sun
- Maddy Siegrist, Villanova – Dallas Wings
- Jacy Sheldon, Ohio State – Minnesota Lynx
- Stephanie Soares, Iowa State – Indiana Fever
- Grace Berger, Indiana – Los Angeles Sparks
- Taylor Mikesell, Ohio State – Atlanta Dream
- Rebeka Mikulasikova, Ohio State – Minnesota Lynx
- Ashley Owusu, Maryland – Indiana Fever
- Sonya Morris, Texas – Seattle Storm
- Alexis Morris, LSU – Dallas Wings
- Dara Mabrey, Notre Dame – Washington Mystics
- Jakia Brown-Turner, NC State – Seattle Storm
- Elena Tsineke, South Florida – Connecticut Sun
- Leigha Brown, Michigan – Chicago Sky
- Cate Reese, Arizona – Minnesota Lynx
- Madi Williams, Oklahoma – Indiana Fever
- McKenna Warnock – Los Angeles Sparks
- Kadi Sissoko – Phoenix Mercury
- Esmery Martinez, Virginia – Minnesota Lynx
- Dyaisha Fair, Syracuse – Phoenix Mercury
- Cameron Swartz, Georgia Tech – New York Liberty
- Emily Kiser, Michigan – Dallas Wings
- Makayla Daniels, Arkansas – Washington Mystics
- Mackenna Marisa, Penn State – Seattle Storm
- Sam Brunelle, Virginia – Connecticut Sun
- Shaina Pellington, Arizona – Chicago Sky
- Shaylee Gonzales, Texas – Las Vegas Aces
I like the list but I’m not sure why everyone seems to be sleeping on Mya Berkman who is averaging almost 15 and 10 with a 69% FG. I think she would be a steal in the upcoming draft.
Brittany davis Alabama the best in the draft
I 100% agree. How is she so overlooked?
Why oh why do you keep slotting Jones to the Lynx BY FAR the 2nd best player in draft is Diamond Miller—can’t trust Jones’ very real lack of shooting!!!
Steal of Draft: JA’MEE ASBERRY (Guard, 5’5”/165 cm) – Baylor University