CHICAGO (CBS) — The WNBA held its virtual draft Friday night, and the Chicago Sky took Oregon forward Ruthy Hebard – eighth overall.

Hebard averaged almost 10 rebounds a game in her career – and actually holds the NCAA record for the most consecutive field goals made at 33.

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Now, she is looking forward to what she can do in Chicago.

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“I’m so excited to be able to bring the post skills that I learned in college to Chicago, and to continue to pick and roll with Courtney (Vandersloot) and the other three-point guards in Chicago, and just be a helpful player this year,” she said.

Hebard called the Sky’s Vandersloot, Allie Quigley, and Stefanie Dolson “super nice.”

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“I’m super excited to be able to meet the other places and just start in their family,” she said.