Much of the buzz this season in college basketball has been come from the men’s game, specifically centered around Duke Blue Devils star Zion Williamson. However, there are several women ballers who are making a name for themselves in the sport.
And those names are deserving of what Williamson will get when he declares for the NBA Draft: a shoe deal.
With the woman’s Final Four teams decided (both games are scheduled for Friday), here are four stars from the squads who should get an endorsement check from a brand once eligible to play pro ball in the WNBA.
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The 5 foot 11 guard for the Oregon Ducks, who is in her junior year, can flat out ball. During the season, Ionescu posted impressive numbers: 19.9 points, 8.2 assists and 7.5 rebounds per game. And to get Oregon to the Final Four, she scored a game-high 31 points to edge out a tough Mississippi State Bulldogs team.
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The guard already has one NCAA title, winning with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in 2018, and is looking to lead her squad to another. In her senior season, Ogunbowale averaged 20.8 points, 2.8 assists and