Throughout the 2019 women’s college season, The Equalizer, in partnership with TopDrawerSoccer, will keep tabs on some of the National Women’s Soccer League prospects for the 2020 edition of the College Draft.
— When Victoria Pickett suffered a serious knee injury during the spring season, it left Wisconsin without its attacking centerpiece and top pro prospect. And while she may not have the same kind of pedigree, Dani Rhodes continues to showcase her work rate, determination and attack nous in the final third that has boosted the Badgers to a 7-2-1 record and may have NWSL teams on notice.
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