Draft Date: April 17, 2020 | Television: ESPN (7:00 p.m. ET)

The draft will be aired live on ESPN, with WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert announcing the picks live beginning at 7 p.m. ET. Coverage will also stream live on the ESPN app. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the WNBA will conduct a virtual draft without players, guests and media.

 

 

Quotes from Chennedy Carter, the Dream’s No. 4 pick, can be found here.

2020 Atlanta Dream Draft Picks

No. 4 (First Round) – Chennedy Carter (Texas A&M) | No. 17 (Second Round) – Brittany Brewer (Texas Tech) | No. 25 (Third Round) – Mikayla Pivec (Oregon State)| No. 27 (Third Round) – Kobi Thornton

 

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DREAM DRAFT HISTORY

2020 WNBA DRAFT

Chennedy Carter Texas A&M
First Round | 4th Pick Overall

Brittany Brewer Texas Tech
Second Round | 17th Pick Overall

Mikayla Pivec Oregon State
Third Round | 25th Pick Overall
Kobi Thornton Clemson
Third Round | 27th Pick Overall
2019 WNBA DRAFT

Brianna Turner* Notre Dame
First Round | 11th Pick Overall

Maite Cazorla Oregon
Second Round | 23rd Pick Overall

Li Yueru China
Third Round | 35th Pick Overall

*The Dream traded guard Brianna Turner to Phoenix for draft rights to the Mercury’s 2018 First Round selection, Marie Gülich.

2018 WNBA DRAFT

Monique Billings UCLA
Second Round | 15th Pick Overall

Kristy Wallace Baylor
Second Round | 16th Pick Overall

Mackenzie Engram Georgia
Third Round | 27th Pick Overall

2017 WNBA DRAFT

Brittney Sykes Syracuse
First Round | 7th Pick Overall

Jordan Reynolds Tennessee
Second Round | 14th Pick Overall

Oderah Chidom Duke
Third Round | 31st Pick Overall

2016 WNBA DRAFT

Bria Holmes West Virginia
First Round | 11th Pick Overall

Rachel Hollivay Rutgers
Second Round | 13th Pick Overall

Courtney Walker Texas A&M
Second Round | 16th Pick Overall

Niya Johnson Baylor
Third Round | 28th Pick Overall

2015 WNBA DRAFT

Samantha Logic Iowa
First Round | 10th Pick Overall

Ariel Massengale Tennessee
Third Round | 29th Pick Overall

Lauren Okafor James Madison
Third Round | 34th Pick Overall

2014 WNBA DRAFT

Shoni Schimmel Louisville
First Round | 8th Pick Overall

Inga Orekhova South Florida
Second Round | 18th Pick Overall

Cassie Harberts Southern California
Second Round | 20th Pick Overall

2013 WNBA DRAFT

Alex Bentley Penn State
Second Round | 13th Pick Overall

Anne Marie Armstrong Georgia
Third Round | 31st Pick Overall

2012 WNBA DRAFT

Tiffany Hayes Connecticut
Second Round | 14th Pick Overall

Isabelle Yacoubou* France
Third Round | 32nd Pick Overall

* Pick voided – player ineligible for draft.

2011 WNBA DRAFT

Ta’Shia Phillips* Xavier
First Round | 8th Pick Overall

Rachel Jarry** Australia
Second Round | 18th Pick Overall

Kelsey Bolte Iowa State
Third Round | 32nd Pick Overall

The Dream traded guard Kelly Miller, the team’s 2011 No. 8 overall draft pick Ta’Shia Phillips and a first round pick in 2012 to the Mystics in exchange for Lindsey Harding and a second round pick in 2012.

** Traded to Minnesota Lynx with 2012 second round pick in exchange for Felicia Chester (No. 14 pick).

2010 WNBA DRAFT

Chanel Mokango Mississippi State
First Round | 9th Pick Overall

Bridgitte Ardossi Georgia Tech
Second Round | 21st Pick Overall

Brittainey Raven Texas
Third Round | 33rd Pick Overall

2009 HOUSTON COMETS DISPERSAL DRAFT

Sancho Lyttle Houston Comets
First Round | 1st Pick Overall

2009 WNBA DRAFT

Angel McCoughtry Louisville
First Round | 1st Pick Overall

Shalee Lehning Kansas State
Second Round | 25th Pick Overall

Jessica Morrow Baylor
Third Round | 27th Pick Overall