Bulger and Sanni are two of approximately 40 top prospects that WNBA coaches and general managers will evaluate during the two-day session.
A 6-0 forward from Pittsburgh, Bulger closed her Mountaineer career as the school's all-time leader in 3-point field goal percentage (43.7%) and free throw percentage (83.1%). She scored 1,665 points, fifth-most in school history, and recorded 265 3-pointers, second-most at WVU.
A 6-2 center from Chicago Heights, Ill., Sanni closed her career with 1,602 career points, seventh-best in school history, and 774 rebounds, sixth-best in Mountaineer annals. She is WVU's single game, single season and career field goal percentage leader.
No. 17/18 West Virginia (25-8, 12-4) finished the 2007-08 season with its second consecutive NCAA tournament second round appearance.