Q. What strengths, qualities or skills will you bring or add to a WNBA team?
"I am a player who plays with a lot of aggressiveness on the defensive end. I'm also willing to do a lot of things on a basketball court that some other people aren't willing to do. I take charges, rebound and defend. I'll do anything that's asked of me, anything to win."

Q. What skills do you feel you still need to improve or work on in the WNBA?
"Every aspect needs to be improved upon. There is not one thing that I would say I'm great at in basketball, so there is always room for improvement."

Ashley Battle (r.) and UConn teammate Jessica Moore at Pre-Draft camp.
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Q. What do you expect to be some of the biggest challenges at the next level?
"I would say the biggest adjustmen is just how much taller everyone else is. It will affect the way I get into lane and create shots for myself and my opponents. This is also going to be more physical than anything I've ever experienced. But like anything else, I'll just adapt.

Q. Are there any specific teams you would like to play for?
"Well, I have former teammates all over the place, so I'll play for anyone who will have me. No favorite teams... I'm not going to discriminate. I love you all."

Q. Is there a current WNBA player you model your game after?
"I'd say my favorite players is Tamika Catchings. I like how she goes after it every possession. She's all over the place, getting steals, getting teammates in the right position to score and hitting big shots herself. She does it all."

Q. What will you remember most about your college experience?
"Definitely the fans, my teammates in the past, the great players I've played with all four years, the friendships I made... And winning 3 national championships."

Q. Your friend and teammate Jessica Moore is also a legitimate WNBA prospect. What makes her a special player?
"She is fierce in the low post. Like me, she is another person who will do whatever she has to do to win. She's a great defender, blocks shots, takes charge and, rebounds. She can guard anyone."

Q. Are there any of your fellow WNBA Draft prospects that you think might surprise some people as a pro?
"Sandora Irvin. A lot of people haven't seen her play yet, but she has a lot of moves both inside and away from the basket. People have only seen her post up and score that way."

Q. Ok, so I know you're a serious NBA fan. Any NBA Playoff predictions?
"Miami might take it. I'm going to stick with the east."