Jasmine Dixon WNBA Draft Profile

Jasmine Dixon

Jasmine Dixon, Senior, Small Forward, UCLA

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Jasmine Dixon started her collegiate career at Rutgers, but after playing in just five games the Long Beach, California native opted to transfer to UCLA. That move turned out to be a very productive one. Once she was eligible to suit up for the Bruins during the 2009-2010 campaign, she turned into the team’s top scorer. In 27 games, she averaged a team high 15.3 points and 8.0 rebounds.

A year later and able to play a full season with UCLA, the 6-0 forward continued to be a dominating force on the glass, leading the squad with 7.3 rebounds per game. She also continued her consistent interior scoring and averaged 12.1 points per game.


Final Projection:

Dixon is certainly a little undersized, but she does a great job using her strength to score around the basket and hit the boards. Going up against taller opponents is rarely a problem and mixing it up in the paint is where her toughness really shines. Dixon still has to develop her game if she hopes to play at the next level, but she has a ton of potential and all the intangibles a team could want.