6. Tynice Martin, 5’10 G, West Virginia
Martin was eligible to come out after the 2018-19 season, and she could have found a WNBA home this year. But it’s for the best that she returned to West Virginia, where she can do things like improve her efficiency from two-point percentage — it was higher to start the season, but came down as the calendar turned, possibly due to fatigue after missing a year due to injury. She’s never been what you’d call a willing passer, but that 10.6 assist percentage needs to go up to avoid raising red flags, in the way that Arike Ogunbowale managed to take her playmaking to a sufficient level to get drafted by the Dallas Wings. But Martin returned to school in part to work on these things, and it would be a surprise not to see her accomplish them.