Minnesota Lynx Draft Central

Draft Date: April 13, 2017 | Television: ESPN2 – 6:00PM CT (1st round) | Watch: ESPNU (2nd & 3rd Rounds)

2017 Order of Selection

ROUND 1

ROUND 2

ROUND 3

ROUND 1

PICK TEAM
DETAILS
1 San Antonio Stars
San Antonio Stars
KELSEY PLUM
WASHINGTONG
2
Chicago Sky
ALAINA COATES
SOUTH CAROLINAC
3
Dallas Wings
EVELYN AKHATOR
KENTUCKYF
4
Dallas Wings
ALLISHA GRAY
SOUTH CAROLINAG
5
San Antonio Stars
NIA COFFEY
NORTHWESTERNF
6
Washington Mystics
SHATORI WALKER-KIMBROUGH
MARYLANDG
7
Atlanta Dream
BRITTNEY SYKES
SYRACUSEG
8
Connecticut Sun
BRIONNA JONES
MARYLANDC
9
Chicago Sky
TORI JANKOSKA
MICHIGAN STATEG
10
Dallas Wings
KAELA DAVIS
SOUTH CAROLINAG
11
Los Angeles Sparks
SYDNEY WIESE
OREGON STATEG
12
Minnesota Lynx
ALEXIS JONES
BAYLORG

PICK TEAM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

ROUND 2

PICK TEAM
DETAILS
13
Connecticut Sun
SHAYLA COOPER
OHIO STATEF
14
New York Liberty
LINDSAY ALLEN
NOTRE DAMEG
15
Seattle Storm
ALEXIS PETERSON
SYRACUSEG
16
Connecticut Sun
LETICIA ROMERO
FLORIDA STATEG
17
Indiana Fever
ERICA McCALL
STANFORDF
18
Washington Mystics
JENNIE SIMMS
OLD DOMINIONG
19
Atlanta Dream
JORDAN REYNOLDS
TENNESSEEG
20
Indiana Fever
FEYONDA FITZGERALD
TEMPLEG
21
Chicago Sky
CHANTEL OSAHOR
WASHINGTONF/C
22
Indiana Fever
RONNI WILLIAMS
FLORIDAF
23
Dallas Wings
BREANNA LEWIS
KANSAS STATEC
24
Minnesota Lynx
LISA BERKANI
FRANCEG

PICK TEAM
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

ROUND 3

PICK TEAM
DETAILS
25
San Antonio Stars
SCHAQUILLA NUNN
TENNESSEEF
26
Dallas Wings
SANIYA CHONG
CONNECTICUTG
27
Washington Mystics
MEHRYN KRAKER
GREEN BAYF
28
Connecticut Sun
JESSICA JANUARY
DePAULG
29
Phoenix Mercury
ALEXIS PRINCE
BAYLORG
30
Seattle Storm
LANAY MONTGOMERY
WEST VIRGINIAC
31
Atlanta Dream
ODERAH CHIDOM
DUKEF
32
Indiana Fever
ADRIENNE MOTLEY
MIAMI (FLA)G
33
Chicago Sky
MAKAYLA EPPS
KENTUCKYG
34
New York Liberty
KAI JAMES
FLORIDA STATEC
35
Los Angeles Sparks
SAICHA GRANT-ALLEN
DAYTONC
36
Minnesota Lynx
TAHLIA TUPAEA
AUSTRALIAG

PICK TEAM
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

2017 WNBA Prospects

Evelyn Akhator

Kentucky F

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Alaina Coates

South Carolina C

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Nia Coffey

Northwestern F

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Nina Davis

Baylor F

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Tori Jankoska

Michigan State G

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Alexis Jones

Baylor G

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Brionna Jones

Maryland C

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Erica McCall

Stanford F

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Alexis Peterson

Syracuse G

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Leticia Romero

Florida State G

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Brittney Sykes

Syracuse G

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Shatori Walker-Kimbrough

Maryland G

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PLAYER
POS HEIGHT DOB COLLEGE
PF 6’3″ Feb. 3, 1995 Kentucky
PG 5’8″ Mar. 20, 1995 Notre Dame
PF 6’1″ Aug. 30, 1995 Arizona State
C 6’4″ Apr. 7, 1995 South Carolina
SF 6’1″ June 11, 1995 Northwestern
PF 6’2″ Ohio State
SG 6’2″ Mar. 15, 1995 South Carolina
PF 5’11” Dec. 7, 1994 Baylor
C 6’4″ Mar. 1, 1995 Syracuse
SG 6’0″ Iowa
PG 5’10” June 6, 1995 Kentucky
PG 5’7″ Temple
SG 5’11” June 24, 1995 Indiana
SF 6’0″ Jan. 12, 1995 South Carolina
SG 5’8″ July 19, 1994 James Madison
PF 6’3″ July 6, 1995 Arkansas
PG 5’8″ Sep. 16, 1994 Michigan State
PG 5’7″ DePaul
SG 5’10” May 8, 1995 Iowa State
PG 5’8″ May 8, 1994 Baylor
C 6’3″ Dec. 18, 1995 Maryland
PF 6’2″ July 17, 1995 Chattanooga
PG 5’7″ Mar. 6, 1994 Texas A&M
SF 6’0″ Green Bay
C 6’5″ June 22, 1994 Kansas State
SG 5’11” Dec. 3, 1993 Oklahoma

PLAYER
POS HEIGHT DOB COLLEGE
PF 6’3″ Aug. 21, 1995 Stanford
C 6’5″ Sep. 17, 1993 West Virginia
SG 5’9″ Apr. 17, 1995 Purdue
SG 5’9″ Sep. 27, 1995 Miami (Fla.)
SG 6’1″ Sep. 15, 1993 Colorado State
C 6’5″ July 9, 1994 Mississippi State
C 6’2″ Washington
PG 5’7″ June 1, 1995 Syracuse
SG 5’8″ Aug. 24, 1994 Washington
SF 6’2″ Feb. 5, 1994 Baylor
PF 6’2″ Jan. 13, 1995 BYU
SF 6’3″ Mar. 22, 1995 California
PG 5’10” May 28, 1995 Florida State
SG 6’0″ Stanford
SF 6’0″ Apr. 21, 1994 Old Dominion
PF 6’1″ Oct. 4, 1994 Florida State
PG 5’8″ N.C. State
C 6’3″ Penn
SG 5’9″ Feb. 1, 1994 Syracuse
SG 5’8″ July 12, 1995 Albany
SG 5’11” May 18, 1995 Maryland
PF 6’2″ June 21, 1995 Geo. Washington
SF 6’0″ Sep. 1, 1994 Drake
PG 6’0″ June 6, 1995 Oregon State
SF 6’0″ Apr. 18, 1995 Florida
SG 5’8″ Apr. 17, 1994 N.C. State