WNBA Draft 2020: Mock Draft Roundup

The anticipation continues to build leading up to the WNBA Draft 2020 on Friday, April 17. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the WNBA Draft will be conducted in a virtual manner in accordance with federal guidelines.

Although members of the 2020 class were unable to showcase their talents in the NCAA Tournament, there seems to be a strong agreement on who will be the first pick in the draft, as Sabrina Ionescu from Oregon is slotted in the No. 1 spot on most mock draft boards. Outside of the No. 1 spot, the remaining first round picks can go in a number of directions.

Considering this, take a look at some of the latest mock drafts projections for Round 1 of the WNBA Draft 2020:

1. New York Liberty
Bleacher Report: Sabrina Ionescu, PG, Oregon
CBS Sports: Sabrina Ionescu, PG, Oregon
ESPN: Sabrina Ionescu, PG, Oregon

2. Dallas Wings
Bleacher Report: Satou Sabally, SF, Oregon
CBS Sports: Satou Sabally, SF, Oregon
ESPN: Satou Sabally, SF, Oregon

3. Indiana Fever
Bleacher Report: Lauren Cox, PF, Baylor
CBS Sports: Lauren Cox, PF, Baylor
ESPN: Lauren Cox, PF, Baylor

4. Atlanta Dream
Bleacher Report: Chennedy Carter, SG, Texas A&M
CBS Sports: Chennedy Carter, SG, Texas A&M
ESPN: Chennedy Carter, SG, Texas A&M

5. Dallas Wings
Bleacher Report: Tyasha Harris, PG, South Carolina
CBS Sports: Tyasha Harris, PG, South Carolina
ESPN: Tyasha Harris, PG, South Carolina

6. Minnesota Lynx
Bleacher Report: Megan Walker, SF, UConn
CBS Sports: Megan Walker, SF, UConn
ESPN: Crystal Dangerfield, PG, UConn

7. Dallas Wings
Bleacher Report: Ruthy Hebard, PF, Oregon
CBS Sports: Bella Alarie, SF, Princeton
ESPN: Bella Alarie, SF, Princeton

8. Chicago Sky
Bleacher Report: Crystal Dangerfield, PG, UConn
CBS Sports: Beatrice Mompremier, PF, Miami
ESPN: Megan Walker, SF, UConn

9. New York Liberty
Bleacher Report: Bella Alarie, SF, Princeton
CBS Sports: Ruthy Hebard, PF, Oregon
ESPN: Ruthy Hebard, PF, Oregon

10. Phoenix Mercury
Bleacher Report: Beatrice Mompremier, PF, Miami
CBS Sports: Crystal Dangerfield, PG, UConn
ESPN: Mikiah Herbert Harrigan, PF, South Carolina

11. Seattle Storm
Bleacher Report: Kiah Gillespie, SF, Florida State
CBS Sports: Te’a Cooper, PG, Baylor
ESPN: Kitija Laksa, SG, Latvia

12. New York Liberty
Bleacher Report: Jocelyn Willoughby, SF, Virginia
CBS Sports: Joyner Holmes, PF, Texas
ESPN: Beatrice Mompremier, PF, Miami

Images Courtesy of Craig Bisacre/Texas A&M