Draft Dreams - Danielle Robinson

Welcome to the Tulsa Shock's 2011 WNBA Draft Preview. The Shock hold the second and seventh overall picks in the 2011 Draft that will be held on April 11th at the ESPN Offices in Bristol, Connecticut. Leading up to the draft, we will highlight the Top-13 prospects and see how each of them could fit in with the Shock's current roster.

INTANGIBLES:
Senior
Height: 5-9
Position: Guard
STATS:
2010-11 - 18.4 points/3.5 rebounds/4.8 assists/2.5 steals/32.6 minutes/game

2011 Associated Press All-America Second Team
All-Big 12 First Team
Big 12 All-Defensive Team
State Farm Coaches' All-America Team (2010)
Associated Press All-America Third Team 92010)
All-Big 12 First Team (2009, 2010)
All-Big 12 Defensive Team (2008, 2009, 2010)
Big 12 Freshman of the Year (2008)

HOW SHE FITS
Another great Oklahoma player to come out of Sherri Coale's house of hoops in Norman will make her way to the WNBA this year as the state's pride and joy in women's basketball continues to evolve into a national powerhouse.

Backcourt depth is a priority for the Shock as they look to complement the skill sets of newly acquired Andrea Riley and likely returner Ivory Latta.

Robinson is quick scorer in the backcourt with limited shooting range. She won't extend the floor to the three-point line in her rookie season but it's a shot that she can definitely develop over time.

Her allegiance to Oklahoma would make her an instant fan-favorite in Tulsa and create and interesting OU/OSU Bedlam backcourt should she play along side Riley in 2011.

RELATED LINKS
Official Player Page
Danielle Robinson Leaves Her Mark on OU Program

Other Prospects

Xavier - Amber Harris

Australia - Elizabeth Cambage

Oklahoma - Danielle Robinson

Gonzaga - Courtney Vandersloot

Texas A&M - Danielle Adams

Connecticut - Maya Moore

Stanford - Jeanette Pohlen

Xavier - Ta'Shia Phillips

Stanford - Kayla Pedersen

North Carolina - Jessica Breland

Kentucky Victoria Dunlap

Duke - Jasmine Thomas

Tell us who you think the Shock should take on the team's Facebook page and on Twitter @TulsaShock