Draft Dreams: Danielle Adams

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.

Texas A&M Senior
Height: 6-1
Position: Forward/Center

2010-11 - 22.7 points/8.6 rebounds/1.3 blocks/1.2 steals/49.2 Percent FG/30.3 minutes/game

2011 Associated Press All-America First Team
2010 Assocated Press All-America Honorable Mention
2010 Big 12 Conference Newcomber of the Year
2010 All-Big 12 Second Team
2010 Big 12 Tournament Most Outstanding Player

Adams, a member of the 2011 Associated Press All-America First Team, also became the only former junior college player, other than WNBA Legend Sheryl Swoopes, to be named Most Outstanding Player of the Women's Final Four after compiling a game-high 30 points and nine rebounds in the Championship Game win over Notre Dame.

With a championship pedigree, a will strong enough to carry a team in a championship game and ability to score with ease, Adams would be a natural fit or the center spot for the Tulsa Shock

Although Adams would be an undersized for both the forward and center spot in the WNBA, her unique history in JUCO, to Division I and now the WNBA make her alluring prospect as her drive to succeed may exceed all others.

Official Player Page
A&M's Danielle Adams stars on biggest stage

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