WNBA Mock Draft 7.0: Big Board, after the Tina Charles trade

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN – MARCH 07: Blair Watson #22 of the Maryland Terrapins shoots the ball against the Indiana Hoosiers in the Semifinals of the Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on March 7, 2020 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by G Fiume/Maryland Terrapins/Getty Images)

Third Round

Here’s Cheryl Reeve on Iowa’s Kathleen Doyle, who we have going in the third round. “I think Doyle had a great senior year. I think if you look at obviously Megan Gustafson getting a lot of the shine through the last few years, Kathleen Doyle is exactly what that program needed, and her ability to show what she can do and carry her team to a high level of success again down at Iowa, it’s a credit to her. Certainly consider her getting the opportunity. You mentioned the second round. That seems appropriate. And then from there, it’s just about opportunity and fit and what team she’s drafted to, is there going to be an opening. I think she’s somebody that will be highly competitive and will put herself in great position to compete, and it’s just really, really hard. Just go through and look at rosters before the draft starts. There’s not a lot of openings. So obviously the road to hoe would be a tough one for anyone drafted in the second and third rounds, but Kathleen I think — if you have a mindset that this is a process, this is not about right now, if it doesn’t happen for her this season, I certainly see her being a player that continues to play basketball and work to get her shot, not unlike Gustafson. Obviously, Dallas found a way to kind of keep that going down there for Megan, and I think the same thing could happen for Kathleen in the right situation.”

25. Atlanta Jocelyn Willoughby

26. New York Shadeen Samuels

27. Atlanta Jaylyn Agnew

28. Indiana Blair Watson

29. Phoenix Nicki Ekhomu

30. Chicago Boriana Hristova

31. Seattle Aislinn Konig

32. Chicago Abi Scheid

33. Las Vegas Kylee Shook

34. Los Angeles Kathleen Doyle

35. Connecticut Davion Wingate

36. Washington Chante Stonewall

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