On April 16, 2012, another group of 36 of women's college basketball best will be chosen in the annual three round WNBA Draft.
Nnemkadi "Nneka" Ogwumike is without a doubt be the first pick.
Despite finishing with the fourth worst record in the league last year (technically 15-19 is not bad at all compared to the records of Tulsa and Washington), Los Angeles Sparks holds that pick.
Seattle Storm and Minnesota Lynx, the 2010 and 2011 WNBA champions, respectively, hold the next two picks through trades.
Most WNBA fans (WNBA and every women's college basketball team except for Baylor and Notre Dame too for that matter) were likely hoping Brittney Griner and Skylar Diggins would take advantage of their option to join this year's draft class. However, both have decided to wait until next year.
After Ogwumike is off the board, the draft has no definite No. 2, 3 and even fourth best player.
Nevertheless, there is a lot of talent to choose from.