A total of four SEC women's basketball players were taken in the 2019 WNBA draft, as the world's top female basketball prospects were selected live on prime time television for the seventh time in the league's 23-year history. The draft consisted of three rounds of 12 picks each.
The Indiana Fever took Mississippi State's Teaira McCowan as the third pick for the first Southeastern Conference player of the draft. The SEC has had a first round pick every year except one (2014).
The second round saw Sophie Cunningham of Missouri going to the Phoenix Mercury the 13th pick, while MSU's Anriel Howardl was drafted by the Seattle Storm as the 24th pick.
The third and final round of the draft had Georgia's Caliya Robinson as the 28th pick to the Fever.
Overall, 160 SEC players have been taken in the WNBA draft.
|No. 3||Indiana Fever||Teaira McCowan||Mississippi State|
|No. 13||Phoenix Mercury||Sophie Cunningham||Missouri|
|No. 24||Seattle Storm||Anriel Howard||Mississippi State|
|No. 28||Indiana Fever||Caliya Robinson||Georgia|