Caitlin Clark’s boyfriend Connor McCaffery drools over her all-Prada WNBA draft outfit

Caitlin Clark’s boyfriend, Connor McCaffery, is her no.1 fan.

The 22-year-old athlete left the fellow basketball star drooling after she stepped out for Monday night’s WNBA draft in an all-Prada set — featuring a satin mini-skirt and jacket, bedazzled tube top and black pumps.

Responding to a fan on X requesting his reaction to Clark’s chic fit, McCaffery pinned three emojis, including jaw-dropping and drooling characters.

McCaffery was left speechless after the basketball pro stepped out to the WNBA draft on Monday, sporting an all-Prada fit. Getty Images
Responding to a fan asking him for his reaction to Clark’s fit on social media, the fellow basketball star replied with three emojis. Connor McCaffery/X

The 2024 No. 1 draft pick replied to her beau’s sweet reaction with a simple teary-eyed emoji.

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While it’s unclear when Clark and McCaffery, 25, started dating, she made their romance Instagram official in August 2023 alongside a photo of them on a boat.

“Best end to summer🖤,” the basketball pro captioned the sweet snap.

Clark wrote back to McCaffery with a teary-eyed emoji. Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
Her chic fit featured a satin set. Getty Images

Aside from her win on the red carpet, the Iowa Hawkeye alum was snatched up by Indiana Fever on Monday.

“I got a little anxious there before the pick,” Clark said in an interview with ESPN.

“I dreamed of this moment since I was in second grade, and it’s taken a lot of hard work, a lot of ups and downs, but more than anything, just trying to soak it in.”

The couple took their romance public in August 2023. Connor McCaffery/Instagram
At the time, Clark took to her Instagram to share a snap of her and her beau on a boat. Connor McCaffery/Instagram

Clark was a hot commodity after she reached a record-breaking score of 3,951 points as she wrapped up her college basketball season.

While with the Hawkeyes, she made it to the 2024 NCAA championship game, though her team lost 87-75 to the South Carolina Gamecocks.

Following the loss, she opened up about her heartbreak on Instagram, writing, “It’s really hard to win these things. I think I probably know that better than most people by now.”

On Monday, Clark was also picked up by Indiana Fever. Getty Images
The Iowa Hawkeye alum was a hot commodity after breaking records in college. Getty Images

“To be so close twice, it definitely hurts. But at the same time, we were right there. We battled. We took down some really great teams to get back to this point and [did] something that’s really hard to do,” Clark continued.

At the time, she was also met with support by McCaffery who posted a special tribute for her after the big game.

“My GOAT,” he wrote alongside several heart emojis and a snap of Clark.