Chicago Sky Draft History


Shey Peddy
No. 23 Pick

Courtney Vandersloot
No. 3 Pick

Epiphanny Prince
No. 4 Pick

Kristi Toliver
No. 3 Pick

Sylvia Fowles
No. 2 Pick

Armintie Price
No. 3 Pick

Candice Dupree
No. 6 Pick

2012 Draft

Second Round Shey Peddy 23rd pick overall
Third Round Sydney Carter 27th pick overall

2011 Draft

First Round Courtney Vandersloot 3rd pick overall
Second Round Carolyn Swords 15th pick overall
Second Round Angie Bjorklund 17th pick overall
Third Round Amy Jaeschke 27th pick overall

2010 Draft

First Round Epiphanny Prince 4th pick overall
Third Round Abi Olajuwon 28th pick overall

2009 Draft

First Round Kristi Toliver 3rd pick overall
Second Round Danielle Gant 16th pick overall
Third Round Jennifer Risper 29th pick overall

2008 Draft

First Round Sylvia Fowles 2nd pick overall
Second Round Quianna Chaney 19th pick overall
Third Round Angela Tisdale 33rd pick overall

2007 Draft

First Round Armintie Price 3rd pick overall
First Round Carla Thomas 10th pick overall
Second Round Stephanie Raymond 20th pick overall
Third Round Jenna Rubino 27th pick overall

2006 Draft

First Round Candice Dupree 4th pick overall
Second Round Jennifer Harris 20th pick overall
Third Round Kerri Gardin 34th pick overall
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