WNBA Mock Draft: Big Board 6.0, with all the players

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Chelsea Gray #18 of the United States dribbles against Megan Walker #3 of the UConn Huskies during USA Women’s National Team Winter Tour 2020 game between the United States and the UConn Huskies at The XL Center on January 27, 2020 in Hartford, Connecticut. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

5. Dallas Wings select Megan Walker

With each new underclassman declaration, the decision by the Wings to stockpile picks in the 2020 draft became a more successful, viable strategy. So the decision by Megan Walker to enter the draft itself is useful, even if Dallas doesn’t pick her. But Walker looks like the kind of player who can help Brian Agler’s roster, and right away. Only Allisha Gray was north of 35.2 percent from three last season for the Wings, while Walker shot 45.1 percent from beyond the arc. Her 6′ frame gives Agler flexibility with lineups, too, potentially using her as a 2, 3 or smallball 4 at times. The lingering questions about Walker are her performances against the best teams, and some on her footspeed, but there’s too much talent there for Dallas to pass her up at five. Then again, the Wings have plenty of options, with 2-5-7-9 in Greg Bibb’s pocket.

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