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Clark sets jersey sales record for draft picks

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Caitlin Clark continues to break records.

Just two hours after the Indiana Fever selected her with the No. 1 pick in the WNBA draft on Monday, Clark became Fanatics' top-selling draft pick of any draft night in history, according to Darren Rovell of cllct.

Clark's jersey sales surpassed those of Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence, who set the record in 2021 after he was drafted first overall.

Fanatics sold out of Clark's No. 22 Fever jersey in almost every size within an hour of the former Iowa star being drafted and is now taking preorders.

Clark became the NCAA's all-time leading scorer for college basketball (men and women) during her senior season while leading Iowa to the Final Four.

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