The Chicago Sky enters the draft holding the No. 10 overall pick after a successful 2013 regular season where they posted a 24-10 record to lead the Eastern Conference. This year’s Draft delivers an abundance of talent, and with the NCAA Women’s Basketball season coming to a close, we can take a better look at 2014 Draft hopefuls.

This week’s notable players that we will focus on are Stefanie Dolson and Alyssa Thomas.

Stefanie Dolson (UCONN)

There is no doubt that Stefanie Dolson has played a leading role for UConn’s 133-11 winning record over the past four years. The Huskies center brings lots of enthusiasm and exhilaration to the game and has proved herself draft worthy. UCONN completed their undefeated regular season on Monday, outperforming Louisville 68-48. Dolson scored 1,686 points during her career at UConn and surpassed the 1000 mark for rebounds. She became the fifth player in UConn women’s basketball history to amass 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds.

Over the course of the season Dolson played and started in all 31 of the Huskies games averaging 31.8 minutes per game. She average 12.4 points per game, 9.1 rebounds and 3.4 assists. She recorded the second triple-double in program history with 26 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists in their win over Oregon. Dolson and teammate Bria Hartley were inducted into Huskies of Honor during senior night, and are looking to win another NCAA Championship in Nashville come April.

Alyssa Thomas (Maryland)

Senior standout and draft hopeful Alyssa Thomas concluded her regular season with the Maryland Terrapins Sunday as they defeated Virginia Tech 87-48. Thomas led her team with 20 points, 12 rebounds and 6 assists and recorded her 23rd nation-leading double-double. She holds the second spot for most points in school history with 2,243 and 1,167 rebounds. Thomas was also just named the ACC’s Player of the Year for the third consecutive time.

This season Thomas has played and started in all 29 of the Terrapins games averaging 29.9 minutes per game on the court. She averaged 18.7 points per game, 10.8 rebounds and 4.3 assists. She also led her team in steals with 45 over the course of the season. The third-seeded Terrapins look for a win as they head into the ACC tournament this week after receiving a double-bye putting them into Friday’s quarterfinals.

Check back next week as we continue to feature some of the talented 2014 WNBA Draft contenders.

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