Domann Interested in Michigan, Wants to Visit

Colorado Springs (Colo.) Pine Creek 29016 OLB JoJO Domann talks Michigan interest, a potential visit to U-M and more.

Top college programs are starting to take notice of junior OLB JoJo Domann’s talent on the football field.

In fact, he already holds notable offers from Colorado, Colorado State and Kansas State among others. Plus, with other top programs TCU, Michigan State, Cal, Oregon State showing interest as of late.

Now, you can add Michigan team to his list of suitors.

“I talked with Chris Partridge,” said Domann, who stars for Colorado Springs (Colo.) Pine Creek High. “He said I’m a potential offer type guy. They just want to meet me in person. They love my film. They love football players and I’m the type of guy Harbaugh wants in his football program. I just need to get up there, that’s just pretty much what they said. “

And if the Wolverines were to offer?

“That would be unbelievable,” Domann said. “To be completely honest with you, I never thought I would get looks from a school like that. They are like the pinnacle of college football. They have the biggest stadium in college football. It would be unbelievable with a coaching staff like that. Harbaugh was in the league and went to three NFC championships and a Super Bowl. It would mean a lot.

“They said get up whenever you can. They said they know I’m far away but will scheduale around me. And to get up there and they show me around for an official visit and show what Michigan is about.”

Domann says he is planning a visit to Nebraska on March 14, and could visit Michigan on March 15. But if he can’t make it, he says he’ll most likely take a trip to Ann Arbor during his spring break.

“I want to see the great traditions that they have,” Domann said of Michigan. “I want to meet their coaching staff. That’s a legendary program. I just want to see what they are all about up there and see if I’m a good fit in the defense.”

Domann says he would like to make his commitment known before his senior season this summer.

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