Minnesota Lynx Draft Central

Date: April 12, 2018 | Television: ESPN2 – 6:00PM CT | Watch: ESPNU (2nd & 3rd Rounds) | Stream: ESPN App

2018 Order of Selection

ROUND 1

ROUND 2

ROUND 3

ROUND 1

PICK TEAM
DETAILS
1 Las Vegas Aces
Las Vegas Aces
A’ja Williams
Center – South Carolina
2 Indiana Fever
Indiana Fever
Kelsey Mitchell
Guard – Ohio State
3 Chicago Sky
Chicago Sky
Diamond DeShields
Guard – Tennessee
4 Chicago Sky
Chicago Sky
Gabby Williams
Forward – UConn
5 Seattle Storm
Seattle Storm
Jordan Canada
Guard – UCLA
6 Dallas Wings
Dallas Wings
Azura Steven
Forward – UConn
7 Washington Mystics
Washington Mystics
Ariel Atkins
Guard – Texas
8 Indiana Fever
Indiana Fever
Victoria Vivians
Guard – Mississippi State
9 Connecticut Sun
Connecticut Sun
Lexie Brown
Guard – Duke
10 New York Liberty
New York Liberty
Kia Nurse
Guard – UConn
11 Los Angeles Sparks
Los Angeles Sparks
Maria Vadeeva
Center – Russia
12 Phoenix Mercury
Phoenix Mercury
Marie Gulich
Center – Oregon State
PICK TEAM
1 Las Vegas Aces
2 Indiana Fever
3 Chicago Sky
4 Chicago Sky
5 Seattle Storm
6 Dallas Wings
7 Washington Mystics
8 Indiana Fever
9 Connecticut Sun
10 New York Liberty
11 Los Angeles Sparks
12 Phoenix Mercury

ROUND 2

PICK TEAM
DETAILS
13 Las Vegas Aces
Las Vegas Aces
Jaime Nared
Guard – Tennessee
14 Indiana Fever
Indiana Fever
Stephanie Mavunga
Forward – Ohio State
15 Atlanta Dream
Atlanta Dream
Monique Billings
Forward – UCLA
16 Atlanta Dream
Atlanta Dream
Kristy Wallace
Guard – Baylor
17 Minnesota Lynx
Minnesota Lynx
Ji-Su Park

18 Dallas Wings
Dallas Wings
Loryn Goodwin
Guard – Oklahoma State
19 Washington Mystics
Washington Mystics
Myisha Hines-Allen
Forward – Louisville
20 Phoenix Mercury
Phoenix Mercury
Tyler Scaife
Guard – Rutgers
21 Phoenix Mercury
Phoenix Mercury
Raisa Musina

22 New York Liberty
New York Liberty
Mercedes Russell
Center – Tennessee
23 Los Angeles Sparks
Los Angeles Sparks
Shakayla Thomas
Forward – Florida State
24 Minnesota Lynx
Minnesota Lynx
Kahlia Lawrence
Guard – Mercer
PICK TEAM
13 Las Vegas Aces
14 Indiana Fever
15 Connecticut Sun
16 Atlanta Dream
17 Minnesota Lynx
18 Dallas Wings
19 Washington Mystics
20 Phoenix Mercury
21 Phoenix Mercury
22 New York Liberty
23 Los Angeles Sparks
24 Minnesota Lynx

ROUND 3

PICK TEAM
DETAILS
25 Las Vegas Aces
Las Vegas Aces
Raigyne Louis
Guard – LSU
26 Phoenix Mercury
Phoenix Mercury
Imani Wright
Guard – Florida State
27 Atlanta Dream
Atlanta Dream
Mackenzie Engram
Forward – Georgia
28 Chicago Sky
Chicago Sky
Amarah Coleman
Guard – Depaul
29 Seattle Storm
Seattle Storm
Teana Muldrow
Forward – West Virginia
30 Dallas Wings
Dallas Wings
Natalie Butler
Center – George Mason
31 Washington Mystics
Washington Mystics
Rebecca Greenwell
Guard – Duke
32 Las Vegas Aces
Las Vegas Aces
Jill Barta
Forward – Gonzaga
33 Connecticut Sun
Connecticut Sun
Mikayla Cowling
Forward – California
34 New York Liberty
New York Liberty
Leslie Robinson
Forward – Princeton
35 Los Angeles Sparks
Los Angeles Sparks
Julie Reisingerová

36 Minnesota Lynx
Minnesota Lynx
Carlie Wagner
Guard – Minnesota
PICK TEAM
25 Las Vegas Aces
26 Phoenix Mercury
27 Atlanta Dream
28 Chicago Sky
29 Seattle Storm
30 Dallas Wings
31 Washington Mystics
32 Las Vegas Aces
33 Connecticut Sun
34 New York Liberty
35 Los Angeles Sparks
36 Minnesota Lynx

2018 DRAFT ROSTER

PLAYER
POS HEIGHT DOB COLLEGE
SF 5’11" Jun. 18, 1994 Michigan State
SG 5’11" Jul. 30, 1996 Texas
PF 6’4" May 2, 1996 UCLA
PG 5’9" Oct. 27, 1994 Duke
PG 5’8" Apr. 25, 1996 Indiana
PG 5’6" Aug. 11, 1995 UCLA
PF 6’2" Sep. 5, 1998 France
SG 5’9" Aug. 11, 1994 Vanderbilt
PF 6’2" Fordham
SG 6’1" Mar. 5, 1995 Turkey
PG 5’7" Feb. 15, 1996 Michigan
PG 5’9" Feb. 3, 1994 Oklahoma State
SF 6’1" Feb. 27, 1995 Duke
C 6’5" May 28, 1994 Oregon State
SG 5’8" Ohio State
PF 6’3" Ohio State
PF 6’2" May 30, 1996 Louisville
SG 5’10" Apr. 21, 1994 San Diego
C 6’4" Jul. 27, 1996 Oklahoma State
C 6’3" Stanford
SG 5’10" Sep. 3, 1994 LSU
C 6’3" Feb. 24, 1995 Ohio State

PLAYER
POS HEIGHT DOB COLLEGE
PG 5’4" Oct. 2, 1995 Texas
SF 6’0" Stanford
PG 5’8" Ohio State
PF 6’1" West Virginia
PF 6’3" Mar. 31, 1998 Russia
SF 6’2" Sep. 14, 1995 Tennessee
SG 6’0" Feb. 22, 1996 UConn
C 6’5" Dec. 6, 1998 Korea
C 6’4" Michigan State
C 6’6" Jul. 27, 1995 Tennessee
SG 5’9" Rutgers
C 6’6" Feb. 1, 1996 UConn
PF 5’11" May 5, 1996 Florida State
PG 5’7" Notre Dame
C 6’2" Jul. 16, 1998 Russia
SF 6’1" Nov. 17, 1994 Mississippi State
SG 5’10" May 16, 1995 Minnesota
PG 5’5" Jul. 14, 1996 Mississippi State
SF 5’11" Sep. 9, 1996 UConn
PF 6’5" South Carolina
SF 5’9" Feb. 5, 1995 Florida State

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