Kim Mulkey - Baylor Head Coach

"She never ceases to amaze me. You just can't guard her. You foul her or she can shoot the perimeter shot. She can take you off the dribble. I've challenged her to be a better rebounder because we're smaller on the perimeter this year that we thought we would be."

Geno Auriemma - UConn Head Coach

"She is having an unbelievable year. She might be the best player I've seen on film this season; no question, no one even close. And she is good. She makes shots, gets in the lane, makes runners and fouls you out."

Matt Insell - Ole Miss Head Coach

"Odyssey Sims, what can you say about her? I'll go on record saying she's the best player in the country. I thought she was the best player in the country last year, and she's the best player in the country this year, too. If I were coaching in the WNBA and I had the first pick, I'd take her because she's a winner."

Jamie Craighead - San Jose State head coach

"Does anyone really defend (Sims)? She's got to be the best point guard in the country, and probably the best player in the country. You kind of catch yourself watching her."

Matthew Mitchell - Kentucky head coach

"I don't know that there is a meter that can measure the happiness I felt when she went out of the game. Odyssey Sims is probably the best singular talent that I've seen in the country this year. She is really, really amazing."

Deb Patterson - Kansas State head coach

"There is more distribution of the ball," Deb Patterson said of Baylor's team after losing former All-American center Brittney Griner to graduation. "It's obviously Odyssey Sims' team and she can be very, very dominant with the ball now. There's more movement because she moves more."

Mike Carey - West Virginia Head Coach

"Needless to say, Sims had 48-amazing to me. We tried to trap her, we tried to show, but the bottom line is we didn't guard her. Sims is a great player."