Q: What strengths, qualities or skills will you bring or add to a WNBA team?
"I'm a really hard worker. I think that is something any coach would love to have in a player. Whatever they ask me to do, I'll do to the best of my ability."

Q. What skills do you feel you still need to improve or work on at the next level?
"Well, I'm a believer that we can all improve upon every single aspect of our game. Always working... But for me, I can get better at reading the defense on the offensive end, as well as work on communicating with my teammates."

Q. After having a lot of success in college, what do you expect to be some of the biggest challenges at the next level?
"I definitely will have to adjsut to the style of play in the WNBA as well as the physicality. I expect it will be much harder than college."

Jessica Moore cheering on her teammates and competitors at Pre-Draft camp.
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Q. Are there any specific teams WNBA you would like to play for?
"Sure, I would love to stay and play in the state of Connecticut, so I'd love to play for the Sun. I love Coach Thibault and his style."

Q. Is there a current WNBA player you especially look up to?
"I definitely look up to Lisa Leslie. She is just the total package when it comes to post players. And she gets better every year."

Q. What will you remember most about your college experience in Connecticut?
"Being able to go to three Final Fours and win 3 National Championships."

Q. Which of your fellow WNBA Draft prospects will go first... second... third?
"Janel Mccarville, Sandora Irvin, Tan White."

Q. Which of your fellow WNBA Draft prospects will surprise people?
"West Virginia guard Yolanda Paige will surprise a lot of people. And, of course, my teammate, Ashley Battle."

Q. Which of your fellow WNBA Draft prospects will win WNBA Rookie of the Year?
"Janel McCarville."