7. Dallas Wings select Ty Harris
The question with Ty Harris is less about her 2019-20 performance, and more whether WNBA talent evaluators were simply underselling her coming into the season. It’s hard to argue with anything she does. On the offensive side of the ledger, she’s continued to excel at finding her teammates, with an assist percentage of 33.1 this year, while her turnover percentage remained low. It’s no longer advisable to sag off Harris when she’s open beyond the arc, as she improved her accuracy there to 38.4%. She’s got size for the position, she hits her free throws. The only warning note, really, is a limited ability to finish around the rim. But she’ll be the second point guard picked after Carter, and plenty of teams could use her.