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South's Tayler Hill picked 4th overall in WNBA draft

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As expected, former Minneapolis South High School and Ohio State basketball star Tayler Hill was a top-10 pick at the WNBA Draft Monday night.

Hill went fourth overall, chosen by the Washington Mystics.

Hill told the Star Tribune he selection was "a blessing," adding that she's confident that she'll be able to make a "big impact" as the Mystics try to rebound from a rough 5-29 season in 2012.

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