Welcome to the 2023 WNBA Draft! The event kicks off Monday, April 11, 2023, airing live on ESPN from Spring Studios in New York at 7 p.m. ET.

Gaming Society's 2023 WNBA mock draft, like all others, has South Carolina center Aliyah Boston going No. 1 overall to the Indiana Fever... but what comes afterward could certainly shock us all, with plenty of surprises in tow each and every season.

Here's a look at the full 2023 WNBA Draft order, which consists of three rounds with 12 picks each. We'll track each and every pick as they're made to keep you up to date!

Round 1

1. Indiana Fever - Aliyah Boston, center, South Carolina

2. Minnesota Lynx - Diamond Miller, guard/forward, Maryland

3. Dallas Wings - Maddy Siegrist, guard/forward, Villanova

4. Dallas Wings (via trade for a first-round and second-round pick with the Washington Mystics) - Stephanie Soares, center, Iowa State

5. Dallas Wings - Lou Lopez Senechal, guard, UConn

6. Atlanta Dream - Haley Jones, guard, Stanford

7. Indiana Fever - Grace Berger, guard, Indiana

8. Atlanta Dream - Laeticia Amihere, forward, South Carolina

9. Seattle Storm - Jordan Horston, guard, Tennessee

10. Los Angeles Sparks - Zia Cooke, guard, South Carolina

11. Dallas Wings - Abby Meyers, guard, Maryland

12. Minnesota Lynx - Maïa Hirsch, forward, France

Round 2

13. Indiana Fever - Taylor Mikesell, guard, Ohio State

14. Los Angeles Sparks - Shaneice Swain, guard, Australia

15. Atlanta Dream - Leigha Brown, guard, Michigan

16. Minnesota Lynx - Dorka Juhász, forward, UConn

17. Indiana Fever - LaDazhia Williams, forward, LSU

18. Seattle Storm - Madi Williams, forward, Oklahoma

19. Dallas Wings - Ashley Joens, guard, Iowa State

20. Washington Mystics - Elena Tsineke, guard, South Florida

21. Seattle Storm - Dulcy Fankam Mendjiadeu, forward, South Florida

22. Connecticut Sun - Alexis Morris, guard, LSU

23. Chicago Sky - Kayana Traylor, guard, Virginia Tech

24. Minnesota Lynx - Brea Beal, forward, South Carolina

Round 3

25. Indiana Fever - Victaria Saxton, forward, South Carolina

26. Los Angeles Sparks - Monika Czinano, forward, Iowa

27. Phoenix Mercury - Destiny Harden, forward, Miami (FL)

28. Minnesota Lynx - Taylor Soule, forward, Virginia Tech

29. Phoenix Mercury - Kadi Sissoko, forward, USC

30. New York Liberty - Okako Adika, guard/forward, USC

31. Dallas Wings - Paige Robinson, guard, Illinois State

32. Washington Mystics - Txell Alarcón, guard, Spain

33. Seattle Storm - Jade Loville, guard/forward, Arizona

34. Connecticut Sun - Ashten Prechtel, forward, Stanford

35. Chicago Sky - Kseniya Malashka, forward, Middle Tennessee

36. Las Vegas Aces - Brittany Davis, guard, Alabama

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