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 well under way we can take a better look at 2014 Draft hopefuls.

This week’s notable players that we will focus on are Meighan Simmons and Bria Hartley.

Meighan Simmons (Tennessee)

As Tennessee’s only senior, Simmons has had to become a leader for her team. That pressure resulted in a shaky start for the guard and the rest of the Vols. Whatever was holding her back then, she seems to have put in the past now. Simmons led her team through a six game winning streak starting against Florida, and only ended with an upset against Kentucky on Sunday.

Nonetheless, Simmons supported her team against Kentucky with 13 points, her eighth game in a row in double-figures. She is averaging 15.1 points per game, 2.48 rebounds and 2.4 assists. She is shooting 43.9 percent overall, and has a free throw percentage of 82.3. The Lady Vols, who are ranked 10th after Sunday, face-off against Auburn on Friday and it is expected Simmons will close out the season strongly.

Bria Hartley (UCONN)

There’s no doubt that Hartley is having a stellar season with the top-ranked University of Connecticut. She is known for playing her best in big games, which has definitely shown through this season. Although not a tough game, the Huskies dominated South Florida on Sunday thanks in part to Hartley’s 18 points.

Over the last four years, Hartley has been an instrumental asset to the team with a handful of awards under her belt. In 2013 she was chosen for the All-NCAA Tournament team and was an All-BIG EAST Honorable Mention. The guard for UCONN is averaging 15.8 points per game, 3.5 rebounds and 4 assists. With their next game at Houston, Hartley and the Huskies look to continue their undefeated season.

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

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