Caitlin Clark, Angel Reese among those invited to WNBA draft

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Caitlin Clark, Angel Reese, Cameron Brink and Kamilla Cardoso headline a list of 15 prospects who have been invited to Monday's 2024 WNBA draft, the league announced Thursday.

Clark, the new top scorer across Division I men's and women's basketball after her historic career at Iowa, is widely expected to be selected by the Indiana Fever with the No. 1 pick.

Brink just finished an All-America campaign at Stanford, while Cardoso, another likely lottery pick, just won her second national title with the South Carolina Gamecocks, earning Final Four Most Outstanding Player honors along the way.

Reese -- a projected first-round pick -- led her LSU Tigers to the national championship last season.

The other invitees are Rickea Jackson of Tennessee, Aaliyah Edwards and Nika Muhl of UConn, Jacy Sheldon and Celeste Taylor of Ohio State, Elizabeth Kitley of Virginia Tech, Charisma Osborne of UCLA, Alissa Pili of Utah, Marquesha Davis of Ole Miss, Dyaisha Fair of Syracuse and Nyadiew Puoch of Australia.

After the Fever pick at No. 1, the Los Angeles Sparks own the second pick, followed by the Chicago Sky at No. 3 and the Sparks again at No. 4.

Thirty-six selections will be made in all, with 12 in each of three rounds.

The draft takes place Monday at 7:30 p.m. ET at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York.