CMU’s Dynamic Duo Preps For WNBA Draft

MOUNT PLEASANT – It’s been a lifelong dream for both Presley Hudson and Reyna Frost, playing professional basketball.

The two have been called some of the best players to ever go through the program, and head coach Sue Guevara has stated time and time again that they are “future hall-of-famers.”

With their skill set, it’s no surprise that both Hudson and Frost are projected to be picked up in Wednesday’s WNBA Draft.

“What’s going to happen is going to happen. I’m trusting in God’s plan for me whatever He wants me to do I’m going to do,” said Hudson.

The 5-foot-6 guard is coming off an impressive showing on the national stage, winning the CollegeSlam 3-Point Challenge by making 77 of her 100 three pointers.

“It’s kind of crazy. It’s something I’ve talked about ever since I was in 7th grade basketball, this what I wanted to do and the moment is about to come tomorrow,” said Frost. “Just being able to have my parents believe in me and have all my coaches who I’ve had across the years believe in me, it’s really helped. And coming to Central Michigan and have all the support I’ve had to be able to make me the player I am has really helped.”

Frost recently earned honorable mention on the Associated Press All-American women’s basketball team.

The draft starts Wednesday night at 7 p.m. on ESPN2.