As the 2024 WNBA Draft approaches, Syracuse's Dyaisha Fair is poised to become the first Orange women’s basketball player in seven years to be drafted, following a standout season and high rankings on various WNBA mock drafts.

By the Numbers
  • Fair projected as high as No. 10 in ESPN's mock draft
  • CBS Sports, Tankathon, and Sporting News did not include Fair in their first round mock drafts
  • On The Locked On Women’s Basketball Podcast mock draft exercise, Fair was picked at No. 22
  • Career 22.2 PPG scorer in 153 total college games
  • Shot 35% from three throughout her five-year collegiate career
Yes, But

Fair's height as a five-foot-five guard and her non-three-pointer efficiency (career 38.7% field goal percentage) are seen as limiting factors in some evaluations.

State of Play
  • Fair's draft stock varies widely across mock drafts
  • Height and role uncertainty are potential limitations
  • Fair's skills and strengths make her a valuable asset to any WNBA team
What's Next

With the WNBA Draft approaching, the focus will be on which team selects Fair and how she can contribute to their roster and scheme.

Bottom Line

Dyaisha Fair's draft outlook presents a mix of potential and uncertainty, but her skills and scoring ability position her as a valuable addition to any WNBA team, making her draft selection an event worth watching.