List of college prospects invited to the 2012 WNBA Draft

Name College/University Position Height
LaSondra Barrett Louisiana State Forward 6’2”
Vicki Baugh Tennessee Center 6’4”
Sasha Goodlett Georgia Tech Center 6’5”
Tiffany Hayes Connecticut Guard 5’10”
Glory Johnson Tennessee Forward 6’3”
Shenise Johnson Miami (Fla.) Guard 5’11”
Lynetta Kizer Maryland Center 6’4”
Natalie Novosel Notre Dame Guard 5’11”
Nnemkadi Ogwumike Stanford Forward 6’2”
Devereaux Peters Notre Dame Forward 6’2”
Samantha Prahalis Ohio State Guard 5’7”
Kayla Standish Gonzaga Forward 6’2”
Shekinna Stricklen Tenneessee Guard/Forward 6’2”
Riquna Williams Miami (Fla.) Guard 5’7”
Julie Wojta Wisconsin-Green Bay Forward 6’0”

The current 2012 WNBA Draft order

First Round
1) Los Angeles (15-19)
2) Seattle from Chicago (14-20) (Cash/Willingham, 1/2/12)
3) Minnesota from Washington (6-28) (Anosike, 4/5/11)
4) Tulsa (3-31)
5) San Antonio (18-16)
6) Phoenix (19-15)
7) New York (19-15)
8) Washington from Atlanta (20-14) (Harding/Miller/Phillips, 4/11/11)
9) Connecticut (21-13)
10) Washington from Seattle (21-13) (Smith, Monroe, Thomas, Phillips, 4/29/11)
11) Indiana (21-13)
12) Minnesota (27-7)
Second Round
1) Los Angeles from Tulsa (3-31) (Riley, 2/1/11)
2) Atlanta from Washington (6-28) (Harding/Miller/Phillips, 4/11/11)
3) Los Angeles from Chicago (14-20) (Wisdom-Hylton, 5/31/11)
4) Los Angeles (15-19)
5) Tulsa from San Antonio (18-16) (S. Robinson, 5/2/11)
6) Minnesota from Phoenix (19-15) (Houston, 2/28/12)
7) Minnesota from New York (19-15) (Breland/A. Robinson, 4/11/11)
8) Minnesota from Atlanta (20-14) (Chester/Jarry, 4/11/11)
9) Connecticut (21-13)
10) Seattle (21-13)
11) Chicago from Indiana (21-13) via Seattle (Smith, Monroe, Thomas, Phillips, 4/29/11) (Cash/Willingham, 1/2/12)
12) Phoenix from Minnesota (27-7) (Houston, 2/28/12)
Third Round
1) Tulsa (3-31)
2) Washington (6-28)
3) Chicago (14-20)
4) Los Angeles (15-19)
5) Tulsa from San Antonio (18-16) (S. Robinson, 5/2/11)
6) Phoenix (19-15)
7) Minnesota from New York (19-15) (Hollingsworth, 5/27/11)
8) Atlanta (20-14)
9) Phoenix from Connecticut (21-13) (T. Robinson, 4/11/11)
10) Indiana from Seattle (21-13) (Smith, Monroe, Thomas, Phillips, 4/29/11)
11) Washington from Indiana (21-13) (Smith, Monroe, Thomas, Phillips, 4/29/11)
12) New York from Minnesota (27-7) (Hollingsworth, 5/27/11)
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