Full 2021 WNBA Draft results: Wings go big, Guirantes slides to Sparks

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The 2021 WNBA Draft is in the books, with the Dallas Wings selecting Texas junior Charli Collier and Finnish teenager Awak Kuier back-to-back with the first two picks.

At No. 3, the Atlanta Dream took NCAA Tournament standout Aari McDonald. The Indiana Fever then threw draft analysts' expectations out the window by choosing West Virginia's Kysre Gondrezick with the fourth pick, setting off a run of surprising first-round choices.

A number of big-name players slid, including Tennessee's Rennia Davis, who went to the Minnesota Lynx at No. 9. Fellow projected mid-first-rounder Arella Guirantes fell all the way to the Los Angeles Sparks at No. 22.

Here are the full results from all three rounds:

Round 1

Pick Team Player School/Country
1 Wings Charli Collier Texas
2 Wings Awak Kuier Finland
3 Dream Aari McDonald Arizona
4 Fever Kysre Gondrezick West Virginia
5 Wings Chelsea Dungee Arkansas
6 Liberty Michaela Onyenwere UCLA
7 Sparks Jasmine Walker Alabama
8 Sky Shyla Heal Australia
9 Lynx Rennia Davis Tennessee
10 Sparks Stephanie Watts North Carolina
11 Storm* Aaliyah Wilson Texas A&M
12 Aces Iliana Rupert France

*The Storm traded Wilson's draft rights to the Fever for Kennedy Burke

Round 2

Pick Team Player School/Country
13 Wings Dana Evans Louisville
14 Aces Destiny Slocum Arkansas
15 Dream Raquel Carrera Spain
16 Sky Natasha Mack Oklahoma State
17 Liberty DiDi Richards Baylor
18 Storm Kiana Williams Stanford
19 Fever Unique Thompson Auburn
20 Sun DiJonai Carrington Baylor
21 Sun Micaela Kelly Central Michigan
22 Sparks Arella Guirantes Rutgers
23 Storm N'dea Jones Texas A&M
24 Fever Trinity Baptiste Arizona

Round 3

Pick Team Player School/Country
25 Liberty Valerie Higgins Pacific
26 Fever Chelsey Perry UT-Martin
27 Dream Lindsey Pulliam Northwestern
28 Sparks Ivana Raca Wake Forest
29 Liberty Marine Fauthoux France
30 Sun Aleah Goodman Oregon State
31 Fever Florencia Chagas Argentina
32 Mercury Ciera Johnson Texas A&M
33 Fever Maya Caldwell Georgia
34 Sparks Aina Ayuso Spain
35 Storm Natalie Kucowski Lafayette
36 Aces Kionna Jeter Towson

The 2021 WNBA season tips off May 14.

Full 2021 WNBA Draft results: Wings go big, Guirantes slides to Sparks
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