Draft Dreams: Riquna Williams

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Welcome to the Tulsa Shock's 2012 WNBA Draft Preview. The Shock hold the fourth overall pick in the 2012 Draft this spring. Leading up to the draft, we will highlight the top prospects and see how each of them could fit in with the Shock's current roster.

Riquna Williams:

Hometown: Pahokee, Fla.>
College: Miami
Height: 5-7
Position: Guard

2011-12 All-ACC First Team 2011-12 Second Team All-ACC Tournament 2011-12 Wade, Naismith and Wooden Preseason Player of the Year Watch Lists
2011-12 Wooden Mid-Season Player of the Year Watch List
2010-11 All-ACC First Team
2009-10 All-ACC Second Team

STATS (through Feb 23):
2011-12: 16.4 pts/3.4 rebs/2.6 asts/2.4 stls/39.6 FG%/82.2 FT% (Through 29 games)
Career: 17.1 pts/3.8 rebs/2.0 asts/2.2 stls/38.6 FG%/77.2 FT%

Riquna Williams sure can fill the stat sheet. The four-time ACC player of the week in 2011-12 became the fifth woman in the University of Miami's history to score 2,000 career points. She's also ranks first in school history and fifth all-time in the ACC with 268 career three-pointers.

Williams ranks third in the ACC this year with 16.4 points a game and scored a career-high 36 points in a win over No. 11 Rutgers earlier this season. Williams is a scorer with a knack for playing the passing lanes as she averaged 2.2 steals a game for her career.

Williams' athleticism and ability will make an easy leap to the WNBA and specifically for the Tulsa Shock as she can provide scoring for a Tulsa team that fell behind early in a lot of games in 2011. Her shooting percentage from the field and from three still require improvement but the potential is obvious and present.

Official Player Page
Johnson, Williams have UM Women Rolling
VIDEO: Canes All Access with Riquna Williams

Samantha Prahalis - Ohio State
Nnemkadi Ogwumike - Stanford
Glory Johnson - Tennessee
Shenise Johnson - Miami

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