The 2023 WNBA Draft will take place six days from now on Monday, April 10th on ESPN from 7 to 9 pm in New York and while there are considerable star draft prospects, this draft class isn’t as strong as in previous years. Some talented players are using their additional year of eligibility and staying in college that the NCAA granted due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
I first started composing the 2023 WNBA Mock Drafts in 2021, then updated it a year later in 2022 and then followed it up later that year in December. So much has changed from now since December. Some draft prospects moved up a couple of spots, some have moved down.
Listed below is the 2023 WNBA Final Mock Draft. The Indiana Fever own the top pick.
*indicates that it is not yet clear whether that player is declaring for the draft.
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2023 WNBA Final Mock Draft
- Aliyah Boston, South Carolina – Indiana Fever
- Diamond Miller, Maryland – Minnesota Lynx
- Jordan Horston, Tennessee – Dallas Wings
- Haley Jones, Stanford – Washington Mystics
- Maddy Siegrist, Villanova – Dallas Wings
- Zia Cooke, South Carolina – Atlanta Dream
- Grace Berger, Indiana- Indiana Fever
- Ashley Joens, Iowa State – Atlanta Dream
- Alexis Morris, LSU – Seattle Storm
- Stephanie Soares, Iowa State – Los Angeles Sparks
- Angel Baker, Ole Miss – Dallas Wings
- Leigha Brown, Michigan – Minnesota Lynx
- Laeticia Amihere, South Carolina – Indiana Fever
- Lou Lopez Sénéchal, Connecticut – Los Angeles Sparks
- Abby Meyers, Maryland – Atlanta Dream
- Monika Czinano, Iowa* – Minnesota Lynx
- Dara Mabrey, Notre Dame – Indiana Fever
- Ja’Mee Asberry, Baylor – Seattle Storm
- Elizabeth Balogun, Duke – Dallas Wings
- Sonya Morris, Texas – Washington Mystics
- Elena Tsineke, South Florida – Seattle Storm
- Shaina Pellington, Arizona – Connecticut Sun
- Destiny Littleton, USC – Chicago Sky
- Dorka Juhász, Connecticut – Minnesota Lynx
- Brea Beal, South Carolina – Indiana Fever
- Gina Conti, UCLA – Los Angeles Sparks
- Cate Reese, Arizona – Phoenix Mercury
- Emily Kiser, Michigan – Minnesota Lynx
- Tishara Morehouse, FGCU – Phoenix Mercury
- Myah Selland, South Dakota State – New York Liberty
- Keishana Washington, Drexel – Dallas Wings
- Madi Williams, Oklahoma – Washington Mystics
- Lasha Petree, Purdue – Seattle Storm
- Lauren Ebo, Notre Dame – Connecticut Sun
- Morgan Jones, Louisville – Chicago Sky
- Sam Breen, Massachusetts – Las Vegas Aces
To note – There is always a shot of some international players being selected. This WNBA Mock Draft only features players who’ve played in college.