Texas center/forward Charli Collier declared for the WNBA draft on Sunday.
The No. 1 pick changed hands, but Charli Collier still tops the WNBA draft board after a lot of free-agency movement.
Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas and Washington received A grades, while Indiana, Los Angeles and Seattle bring up the bottom of the report card.
Charli Collier said she's focused on the Longhorns' season, not whether she will leave for the WNBA draft, despite the No. 1 pick landing in her home state via a trade to the Dallas Wings on Wednesday.
A busy day in free agency left the No. 1 pick in Dallas, New York perhaps bound for the playoffs and Seattle no longer the favorite to repeat.
A series of WNBA trades Wednesday resulted in the Dallas Wings landing the No. 1 pick in this year's draft, while the New York Liberty acquired star forward Natasha Howard from the Seattle Storm.
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