The 2011 WNBA Draft is in the bag, and you can get a look at the complete draft board here. Georgia Bulldogs star Porsha Phillips was selected No. 30 by the San Antonio Silver Stars, giving her a chance to play alongside Texas A&M terror Danielle Adams, who helped oust the Lady Dogs from the NCAA Tournament.
The Atlanta Dream added a pair of players in addition to Ta'Shia Phillips: six-foot-one Australian forward Rachel Jarry and six-foot-one Iowa State Cyclones sharpshooter Kelsey Bolte.
Jarry seems pretty pumped about being selected after having played for the WNBL's Bulleen Boomers and participating in 25 international games. She's averaged 10.8 points and 6.2 rebounds during her three pro years.
Bolte earned All-Big 12, Big 12 All-Rookie, Big 12 All-Academic, and various other Big 12 distinctions. She's fifth all-time in conference three pointers and finished 15th in the nation in three-point percentage.