2021 WNBA Draft Results: Track All 36 Picks Hit


The 2021 WNBA draft will take place on Thursday, April 15, at 7 p.m. on ESPN. The Dallas Wings have the first two picks and a total of four picks in the first round.

We’ll be tracking the picks below for all 36 picks. Consequences!

First round

1. Dallas: Charlie Collier, F, Texas

No surprise here. Collier was a double-double machine for the Longhorns and offers plenty of rim protection for a team that fought defensively in color throughout the season.

2. Dallas: Awak Kuier, F, Ragusa Italy

Kuier’s cap is unlimited, and at 6’5 she has been able to dip for years. Once the WNBA campaign kicks off, this will be their first extended stint in America … unless it’s a draft-and-stash off the list for the 2021 season.

3. Atlanta: Aari McDonald, G, Arizona

“Zona’s run to the national championship game was the story of the NCAA 2021 tournament. The 5’5 Dynamo averaged over 20 points per game in its last three seasons at UofA, but it wasn’t exactly an efficiency model. However, she will likely be able to fire her shot at will in the W.

4. Indiana: Kysre Gondrezick, G, West Virginia

The two-year starter of the Mountaineers averaged 19.5 points and 4.5 assists per game in her senior season. This may be a small range to most ridicule, but if it improves its 3-point rate of 36.4% it will have an immediate effect.

5. Dallas: Chelsea Dungee, G, Arkansas

Dungee started every game in their three seasons in Fayetteville, averaging 22.3 points per game. At 5’11, she’ll add enough size and length in the backcourt, but she’s not an elite defender.

6. New York: Michaela Onyenwere, F, UCLA

Onyenwere is a post defender and threat who can also get out and shoot the three. Onyenwere is 6’0 and averaged 19.1 points and 7.2 rebounds per game for the Bruins.

7. Los Angeles: Jasmine Walker, F, Alabama

The Sparks swap their picks for the first round of 2022 to pick them here, helping the Wings avoid having to put four picks from the first round on the same list. And Walker could be the best talent on the board here, having averaged 19.1 points and 9.4 rebounds per game in her senior year.

8. Chicago: Shyla Heal, G, Townsville Fire

Healing can add depth to Heaven’s waking position and has plenty of room for improvement by the age of 19. In 2019-20 she was named the most consistent player in the WNBL with 12.1 points and 4.1 rebounds for the Bendigo Spirit.

9. Minnesota: Rennia Davis, F, Tennessee

It’s a bit of a surprise she’s still here as the Cheryl Miller Award finalist for the nation’s best small forward scored 39 double-doubles for the Vols. She had 17.3 points and 8.8 rebounds per game in her senior season, and the Lynx must feel good about her being available so late in the first round.

10. Los Angeles: Stephanie Watts, G, North Carolina

She left UNC after three seasons and returned after a four-game stint at Southern Cal. Watts had a more limited role in her senior year but still managed 12.0 points, 5.4 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game in just 28.4 minutes. She has the passing gene, but will want to improve her 30.5% from the three-point range.

11. TO UPDATE: Indiana: Aaliyah Wilson, G, Texas A&M

Wilson was traded from Seattle to Indiana after being selected by the Storm. In return, Seattle gets the third-year player Kennedy Burke.

Wilson is just a starter in her senior year and will likely have a tough time breaking the rotation for the defending champions. The 5’11 guard was the second team from All-SEC and had 12.7 points and 5.9 rebounds per contest.

12. Las Vegas: Iliana Rupert, C, France

The 6’4-French plays for Tango Bourges, the top team of the Ligue Feminine de Basket, where she averages 6.5 points and 4.7 rebounds per game.

Second round

1. Dallas: Dana Evans, G Louisville

2. Las Vegas: Destinly Slocum, G, Arkansas

3. Atlanta: Raquel Carrera, G, Valencia (Spain)

4. Chicago: Natasha Mack, F, State of Oklahoma

5. New York: Didi Richards, G, Baylor

6. Seattle: Kiana Williams, G, Stanford

7. Indiana: Unique Thompson, F, Auburn

8. Connecticut: DiJonai Carrington, G, Baylor

9. Connecticut: Michaela Kelly, G, central Michigan

10. Los Angeles: Arella Guirantes, G, Rutgers

11. Seattle: N’Dea Jones, F, Texas A&M

12. Indiana: Trinity Baptiste, F, Arizona

Third round

1. New York: Valerie Higgins, G, Pacific

2. Indiana: Chelsea Perry, F, UT-Martin

3. Atlanta: Lindsey Pulliam, G, Northwest

4. Los Angeles: Ivana Raca, F, Wake Forest

5. New York: Marine Fauthoux, G, Tarbes GB (France)

6. Connecticut: Aleah Goodman, G, Oregon State

7. Indiana: Florencia Chagas, G, Empoli (Italy)

8. Phoenix: Ciera Johnson, C, Texas A&M

9. Indiana: Maya Caldwell, G, Georgia

10. Los Angeles: Aina Ayuso, G, Mann Filter Zaragoza (Spain)

11. Seattle: Natalie Kucowski, F, Lafayette

12. Las Vegas: Kionna Jeter, G, Towson


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