Caitlin Clark continues to take the WNBA by storm as a rookie, and the first round of WNBA All-Star voting is evidence of that fact.

On Friday, the WNBA released the full voting results from the first round of ballots, and Clark is squarely in the mix to receive the most votes for the All-Star Game. A’Ja Wilson was the overall vote-getter, but Clark was not far behind at No. 2 overall.

According to the full results, Wilson leads the way with 217,773 total votes. Clark is the only other player above 200,000 votes at the first turn, receiving 216,427 votes. Clark’s teammate — 2nd-year forward Aliyah Boston — is 3rd in overall voting.

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By all accounts, it’s no surprise Wilson is among the top vote-getters for the All-Star Game. She is a back-to-back WNBA champion the last 2 seasons with the Las Vegas Aces and has a pair of MVP awards to her resume (2020, 2022). This season, Wilson leads the WNBA in scoring (27.9 points) and rebounding (11.3 rebounds) and is 2nd in the league with 2.5 blocks per game.

Meanwhile, Clark is showcasing her well-rounded skillset as a rookie. The former Iowa superstar is averaging 16.3 points, 5.5 rebounds and 6.2 assists and is averaging 2.6 made 3-pointers per game. Though her scoring will grow as she grows in the league, her assists number is ranked 4th in the entire WNBA.

At the end of the day, there is not necessarily a lot to glean from All-Star voting, but Clark pushing for the most votes as a rookie only speaks to her potential to be the face of the league in the future.