Ogwumike poured in a Stanford single-season record of 22.5 ppg as a senior, despite being the focal point of every opposing defense, most of which double-teamed her the instant she touched the ball.
She scored 2,491 points in her Cardinal career, second only to Candice Wiggins.
She is virtually unguardable from the low block, and displays her athleticism in cutting toward the basket without the ball. Her leaping ability means she plays much taller than her 6'2" height. Just ask Tennessee, against whom Ogwumike scored a career-high 42 points last December.
Even better, she has developed a reliable mid-range jumper to complement her unstoppable inside game. As a senior, she shot 54.7 percent overall, and 83 percent on free throws.
For her career, she was a 58.3 percent shooter and hit 77 percent of her free throws. Those are excellent numbers that should translate well to the pro game as her jump shooting range continues to increase.