2013 Draft First Round

Baylor’s Brittney Griner had one of the best college careers of all-time. Griner finished her career with 3,283 points, 1,305 rebounds, 748 blocks and 18 dunks. Earned four All-American honors, numerous national Player of the Year and Defensive Player of Year honors.

Delaware’s Elena Delle Donne scored 33 points in each of her three games in the 2013 NCAA Tournament, which helped her become fifth in NCAA scoring history. Delle Donne wrote record books at Delaware finishing her career averaging 26.7 points per game, 8.9 rebounds per game and 34.8 minutes per game.

Skylar Diggins finishes her career as Notre Dame’s all-time leader in points, steals, games played and minutes. Diggins was a four-time All-American, two-time Big East Player of the Year and led Notre Dame to two NCAA title appearances.

Sugar Rogers from Georgetown leaves scoring 19.4 points per game for her career and a four-time All-Big East First Team honors. Rogers averaged 22.9 points per game in her senior season and over her college career averaged 19.4.

Tayler Hill from Ohio State who averaged 21.1 points per game in her last season as a Buckeye. Hill was a four-year starter and lead the Big Ten in points.

Kelly Faris finished her career at UConn with her second National Championship victory over Louisville. Faris is an all-around guard that earned career-highs in field goals percentage, steals and points.

Tianna Hawkins from Maryland averaged her career-high 18.0 points per game and 9.7 rebounds per game. Earned 2012-13 All-ACC First Team after leading the ACC.

Toni Young finished her senior year at Oklahoma St. averaging a career-high 16.0 points per game and 10.1 rebounds per game. During the Big 12 Tournament led in rebounds and was named to all Big 12.

A Note from Klop:

“Many teams will look to take the best available talent at any position and some will look to fill a need that they may have on their team. WNBA coaches have been out scouting the college talent all year and are in the process of evaluating those players and ranking their importance and ability to play in the WNBA. General Managers and coaches like to use mock drafts to try to surmise how draft day will go, but as we've seen in the past that there are usually some major surprises on draft day which always makes the draft "must see TV." No doubt the WNBA draft tonight will bring some exciting and surprising results!”