Name: Ashley Walker
Height: 6'1"
Position: Forward
Class: Senior
School: California

A two-time All-American, Walker combines superior athleticism and an ability to play different positions to make her one of the elite forward prospects in this year's draft class. Walker is a very agile post who can do a little bit of everything. She remains the only Cal player ever to total more than 1,000 points, 800 rebounds, 200 assists and 100 blocks in a career. Walker has richly earned her reputation as a model of consistency and has started every game since arriving on campus in Berkeley. She has also shown the ability to step up in big games, averaging 20.3 ppg and 10.3 rpg in four career NCAA Tournament games. Walker at times can be a dominant rebounder and shot blocker due to her quickness and excellent athletic ability. The 6-1 forward is very solid off the dribble and excels at getting to the line.

"Another player who's stock is rapidly rising. Walker is a versatile four player that can take you out on the perimeter and shoot the three."

Graham Hays, Women's Basketball Contributor for ESPN

Walker doesn't play second fiddle in the well-rounded category to any forward in the draft, even having added a three-point shot to a resume that included just about everything else. She rebounds well and is especially productive on the offensive glass. She's aggressive on the offensive end and knocks down free throws. And she can defend in the post or step away from the basket and defend in space. There isn't much downside.

The 4 Musketeers, San Francisco Chronicle