WNBA Draft prospects

Host Em Adler is joined by co-host Lincoln Shafer to talk about their favorite non-senior prospects in college basketball, including South Carolina’s Ashlyn Watkins and Stanford’s Kiki Iriafen. (Both photos from X, formerly known as Twitter; Left: @GamecockWBB Right: @StanfordWBB)

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Prospects to know for the 2025-27 WNBA Drafts

By The Next / March 16, 2024

Our WNBA Draft experts talk about their favorite non-senior prospects in college basketball.

Washington Mystics general manager Mike Thibault sits on press row, next to two women who are having a conversation.

What is the 20-80 scouting scale?

By Em Adler / February 11, 2024

Translating the language of professional scouts into standard English

Six of the top prospects in WNBA history — Candace Parker, Caitlin Clark, A'ja Wilson, Breanna Stewart, Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner — pictured in a graphic.

Ranking the top WNBA Draft prospects of all time

By Em Adler / January 23, 2024

See where all the greats line up

UConn guard Nika Muhl holds the ball near her face with two hands as Ohio State guard Jacy Sheldon defends her. The text "Who is rising & falling?" is overlaid at the bottom in all caps, and the orange Locked on Women's Basketball logo is in the top right corner.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Which 2024 WNBA draft prospects are rising and falling?

By The Next / December 23, 2023

Evaluating Jacy Sheldon, Nika Muhl, Angel Reese and more

Close-up photos of Utah's Alissa Pili and South Carolina's Kamilla Cardoso are displayed side-by-side. The text "Best landing spots?" is overlaid at the bottom in all caps, and the orange Locked on Women's Basketball logo is in the top right corner.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Alissa Pili, Kamilla Cardoso and WNBA lottery teams

By The Next / December 16, 2023

‘We don’t have any comparison for what [Pili] does at the rim’

Close-up photos of France's Leïla Lacan and Australia's Nyadiew Puoch are shown side-by-side. The text "Best [international] class ever?" is overlaid at the bottom in all caps, and the orange Locked on Women's Basketball logo is in the top right corner.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Four international prospects to know in 2024 WNBA Draft

By The Next / December 9, 2023

French combo guard Leïla Lacan tops the list

Graphic with college-era photos of Candace Parker, A'ja Wilson and Caitlin Clark. Text below reads "Best Prospects Ever"

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Who are the top 15 draft prospects in WNBA history?

By The Next / November 18, 2023

Join our scouting team for a WNBA prospect rewind, covering Candace Parker, Tamika Catchings and many more!

Graphic showing a photo of Quinesha Lockett in a press conference with a smaller photo of Hunter Cruse on the right-hand side under the Locked On Women's Basketball logo.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Why Toledo’s Quinesha Lockett is a 2024 WNBA Draft sleeper

By The Next / October 25, 2023

Host Hunter Cruse chats with Lockett about her game, the NCAA Tournament and more

Spain's Alicia Flórez shooting a floater in FIBA U18 contest.

Why Spain’s Alicia Flórez could make the WNBA one day

By Hunter Cruse / August 8, 2023

‘Rarely have I seen someone celebrate each positive action on defense; her energy is contagious’

Close-up photos of UConn's Paige Bueckers, Iowa's Caitlin Clark and Notre Dame's Olivia Miles are displayed from left to right. The text "WNBA Prospect Ranking" is overlaid at the bottom in all caps, and the orange Locked on Women's Basketball logo is in the upper right corner.

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Ranking top WNBA Draft prospects in college basketball

By The Next / April 15, 2023

Who is the top WNBA Draft prospect still in college?