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Aliyah Boston Set to Make Waves in WNBA Following Stellar College Career

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After a remarkable college basketball career, U.S. Virgin Islands native Aliyah Boston has chosen to chase her dreams by declaring for the 2023 WNBA draft. Many predict that Boston will be the top pick in this year’s draft, as her exceptional performance on the court has caught the attention of many in the basketball world.

Boston’s decision to declare for the draft was announced via Twitter, putting an end to speculation regarding her potential to take advantage of an additional year of NCAA eligibility. Her journey with the South Carolina Gamecocks was nothing short of phenomenal, as she helped propel her team to great heights and collected numerous accolades along the way.

Throughout her time with the Gamecocks, Boston participated in three consecutive Final Four appearances, ultimately achieving a #1 NCAA ranking for her team. With an impressive record of 129 wins and only 9 losses, Boston proved her worth by averaging 14.1 points and 10.8 rebounds per game. Her dedication and consistency on the court have earned her the admiration and respect of both her teammates and opponents alike.

Head coach of the Gamecocks, Dawn Staley, has been effusive in her praise of Boston, lauding her unwavering commitment and ability to elevate the team’s performance. Staley has no doubt that Boston is prepared to make a significant impact in the professional basketball arena, and is eagerly looking forward to witnessing her continued success.

As anticipation builds for the upcoming WNBA draft on April 10, fans and analysts alike are eager to see which team will be fortunate enough to secure Boston’s talents. Her entry into the professional league is expected to make waves and leave an indelible mark on the future of women’s basketball.

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