Top WNBA Draft Prospects NaLyssa Smith and Rhyne Howard

2022 WNBA Draft Prospect Rankings: The Top 50

With the WNBA Draft right around the corner, it’s time to take a look at the prospects that are likely candidates to be taken this year. The draft will take place on April 11th at 7pm EST.

These are strictly prospect rankings, and not a mock draft. Team fit and positional needs are not taken into account here. Keep an eye out for our three-round 2022 Mock Draft coming later this week!

Top 50 2022 WNBA Draft Prospects

#PlayerPos.HeightFrom
1NaLyssa SmithF6’4″Baylor
2Rhyne HowardG6’2″Kentucky
3Elissa CunaneC6’5″NC State
4Shakira AustinC6’5″Mississippi
5Sika KoneF6’3″Mali
6Veronica BurtonG5’9″Northwestern
7Destanni HendersonG5’7″South Carolina
8Naz HillmonF6’2″Michigan
9Kierstan BellG6’1″Florida Gulf Coast
10Nyara SaballyF6’3″Oregon
11Emily EngstlerF6’1″Louisville
12Khayla PointerG5’7″LSU
13Lorela CubajF6’4″Georgia Tech
14Christyn WilliamsG5’11”UConn
15Olivia Nelson-OdodaF6’5″UConn
16Rae BurrellF6’1″Tennessee
17Nancy MulkeyC6’9″Washington
18Lexie HullG6’1″Stanford
19Jenna StaitiC6’4″Georgia
20Queen EgboC6’3″Baylor
21Evina WestbrookG6’0″UConn
22Nia CloudenG5’8″Michigan State
23Jasmine DickeyG5’10”Delaware
24Taylor RobertsonG5’11”Oklahoma
25Jade MelbourneG5’10”Australia

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#PlayerPos.HeightFrom
26Cierra HooksG5’8″Ohio
27Brooke FlowersC6’5″Saint Louis
28Serena KesslerG6’0″France
29Bethy MunungaF6’0″South Florida
30Myah TaylorG5’7″Mississippi State
31Jordan LewisG5’7″Baylor
32Eden ZipelF6’0″Israel
33Lexi HeldG5’10”DePaul
34Reka DombaiG5’11”Hungary
35Mya HollingshedF6’3″Colorado
36Shannon TitusG6’0″Mercer
37Kayla WellsG6’0″Texas A&M
38Macee WilliamsF6’2″IUPUI
39Ty BattleF6’0″Delaware
40Anastasia HayesG5’7″Mississippi State
41Mia DavisF6’0″Temple
42Vivian GrayF6’1″Texas Tech
43Maya DodsonF6’3″Notre Dame
44Que MorrisonG5’7″Georgia
45Mimi CollinsF6’3″Maryland
46Kianna SmithG6’0″Louisville
47Kamila BorkowskaC6’7″Poland
48IImar’I ThomasF5’10”UCLA
49Mackenzie DeweesG5’9″Quinnipiac
50Katie BenzanG5’6″Maryland

Who is too high? Who is too low? Did anybody get snubbed from the top 50 that we should have our eye on?

We want to hear your feedback! Tweet at us at @hoop_social and let us know your thoughts.


Prospect Rankings 1.0: Published 3/1/22

Special thanks to Bobbi Mullis for the help in organizing the top ten! We will continue to evaluate prospects throughout the postseason and make updates to these rankings leading up to the draft.

#PlayerPos.HeightFrom
1NaLyssa SmithF6’4″Baylor
2Rhyne HowardG6’2″Kentucky
3Ashley JoensG6’1″Iowa State
4Shakira AustinC6’5″Mississippi
5Sika KoneF6’3″Mali
6Destanni HendersonG5’7″South Carolina
7Naz HillmonF6’2″Michigan
8Elissa CunaneC6’5″NC State
9Kierstan BellG6’1″Florida Gulf Coast
10Khayla PointerG5’7″LSU
11Lorela CubajF6’4″Georgia Tech
12Christyn WilliamsG5’11”UConn
13Olivia Nelson-OdodaF6’5″UConn
14Queen EgboC6’3″Baylor
15Veronica BurtonG5’9″Northwestern
16Rae BurrellF6’1″Tennessee
17Evina WestbrookG6’0″UConn
18Lexie HullG6’1″Stanford
19Jenna StaitiC6’4″Georgia
20Nyara SaballyF6’3″Oregon
21Nia CloudenG5’8″Michigan State
22Jasmine DickeyG5’10”Delaware
23Emily EngstlerF6’1″Louisville
24Taylor MikesellG5’11”Ohio State
25Jade MelbourneG5’10”Australia

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#PlayerPos.HeightFrom
26Cierra HooksG5’8″Ohio
27Taylor RobertsonG5’11”Oklahoma
28Brooke FlowersC6’5″Saint Louis
29Serena KesslerG6’0″France
30Bethy MunungaF6’0″South Florida
31Myah TaylorG5’7″Mississippi State
32Jordan LewisG5’7″Baylor
33Eden ZipelF6’0″Israel
34Lexi HeldG5’10”DePaul
35Nancy MulkeyC6’9″Washington
36Reka DombaiG5’11”Hungary
37Mya HollingshedF6’3″Colorado
38Macee WilliamsF6’2″IUPUI
39Ty BattleF6’0″Delaware
40Anastasia HayesG5’7″Mississippi State
41Mia DavisF6’0″Temple
42Vivian GrayF6’1″Texas Tech
43Maya DodsonF6’3″Notre Dame
44Que MorrisonG5’7″Georgia
45Mimi CollinsF6’3″Maryland
46Kianna SmithG6’0″Louisville
47Kayla WellsG6’0″Texas A&M
48Dorka JuhászF6’4″UConn
49Kamila BorkowskaC6’7″Poland
50IImar’I ThomasF5’10”UCLA
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