Team 2012-13: Bacsbasket (Hungary-A)
Career: Tim-Skuf Kyiv (Ukraine-Higher League, 2004-09), Toulouse (France-LFB, 2009-10),Tim-Skuf Kyiv (Ukraine-Higher League, 2010-11), Neftochimic Burgas (Bulgaria-NBL, 2011-12), Arras (France-LFB, 2012), Bacsbasket (Hungary-A1, 2013)
The forward is still only 22, but seems to have been around for a seriously long time due to the success and attention she earned via her scintillating performances at youth level for Ukraine, which earned her a move to Toulouse as a teenager. Such was her promise and maturity, Dorogobuzova appeared briefly as a mere 15-year-old at the U20 European Championship, whilst usually being dominant when playing with players of her own age in a career stretching back to 2004. She started the 2012-13 club season back in France, but only played one game for Arras before switching to Hungary and now she could return with Ukraine. She is a powerful player who is able to both score and rebound with regularity. Whilst she may not quite have met expectation just yet, her status as a nineties-born player shows she still has time to improve even more.