The 2011 WNBA Draft is set to take place today, with some of the top players from women's college basketball looking to extend their college careers into the realm of professional basketball.
The UConn Huskies' very own star, Maya Moore, will be headlining this year's class of draft prospects and may find herself wearing a Minnesota Lynx uniform before long.
While Moore is arguably the top prize of the draft, there are a number of strong draft prospects hoping to make their mark at the next level.
With only 12 WNBA teams in existence, there are three rounds—unlike the two rounds in the NBA—and 36 total prospects being selected, proof that the WNBA is truly an exclusive league populated by the very best in the world.
Read on to find out about all the latest developments and information regarding the 2011 WNBA Draft.