11. Atlanta Dream: Ezi Magbegor, Australia
Here’s Cheryl Reeve on Magbegor: “She’s a player that’s definitely younger. She didn’t earn minutes in terms of the quality part of the game, if you will. It was more when her team was up by a lot. So that’s hard to tell in terms of what is she capable of doing. I think Alanna Smith was really, really good, and that was a player that was playing in front of her. It’s a young player that certainly has some upside. If she was not injured over in the Australian league, it probably would have helped her a little bit more in terms of raising her stock.” The thing abour Chris Sienko and Nicki Collen is, they leave no stone unturned. And Atlanta’s gotten itself to an interesting position now — a rebuild is now complete, the Dream are looking at upside and adding at the margins. Magbegor could even be part of their next elite team, she’s still so raw. And goodness, what a set of mentors she’d have, from Elizabeth Williams to Imani McGee-Stafford, as she learns to play in the league.