Stephen Domingo's game, school list evolving

6-foot-7, 190-pound 2013 San Francisco St. Ignatius College Prep small forward Stephen Domingo has offers from California, San Diego State, San Diego and San Francisco, but several other schools are on his trail. Here's the latest on a player a good chunk of the Pac-12 is recruiting.

Over the past year, San Francisco St. Ignatius College Prep small forward Stephen Domingo says he's grown 2.5 inches and added 15 pounds.

His game has grown too.

The 6-foot-7, 190-pound 2013 wing is no longer just a spot up shooter. He's taking the ball to the basket with confidence, pulling up off the dribble and doing a good job of creating for his teammates.

"I'm a finesse player mostly but I've added that power component and I attack the basket more," Domingo said. "My game is predicated on my jump shot but now I get to the basket too.

"I need to put more weight on. Once I do that, I'll have more power in my game and I'll be a more versatile scorer."

California, San Diego State, San Diego and San Francisco - Domingo's four current offers - were on board early, but others are paying attention.

"I've heard from basically the whole Pac-10," Domingo said. "Stanford, Cal, Washington, Washington State, UCLA, Arizona, Arizona State and Georgetown. I'm still young obviously and have a lot of time.

"I can't wait to keep getting better. I think I'll have a good summer, and who knows who will be after me after that?"

It's early in Domingo's recruitment, but there are some schools which have made early impressions on him.

"I really like the West Coast," Domingo said. "I really like Washington, Stanford and Cal. I love coach (Johnny) Dawkins, coach (Mike) Montgomery, coach (Lorenzo) Romar and coach (John) Thompson. They're all good guys.

"UNLV, I like them a lot too. I have a lot of schools showing interest but I'm not going to chop my list down until maybe after the summer."

All of the aforementioned schools have done a good job to date, and while Domingo appears to favor the West Coast, he grew up rooting for a program way out east.

"If I grew up rooting for anyone it was Syracuse probably," he said. "I watched them the year Carmelo Anthony won the national championship and I just fell in love with their style of play. Their zone tricks people."

Domingo has already taken unofficial visits to Cal, Stanford and San Francisco, but says he plans to visit more schools in June and August.

He's not in a rush to get his recruitment over with, but also knows that he could find the right school at any point.

"I would like to wait but I'm really open to whatever," Domingo said. "If someone really stands out to me, who knows?"

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