9. Te’a Cooper, 5’8 G, TBD
It’s going to require a leap of faith for someone to pick Cooper, but the talent is undeniable enough to imagine that someone will. Cooper can create her own shot, becomes the center of gravity on any team she plays for, and manages to keep her assist percentage around 20 in the process. Still, it is a red flag anytime a player with professional aspirations walks away from the chance to have Dawn Staley put the finishing touches on her game, as Cooper did this spring. Who and what constitutes the third school of her college career will go a long way toward determining where she begins her WNBA career — just ask Chloe Jackson — but begin it she will once next April rolls around.