In this current Colorado recruiting cycle it is difficult to stand out with all the talent that makes up the Centennial state’s 2016 and 2017 classes. One player that more than stands out is 2016 Pine Creek LB/WR JoJo Domann. The 6-1 210 pound athlete is the epitome of clutch performer, making plays on both sides of the ball helping his Eagles bring home the 2014 4A Colorado State Title.
The epitome of a 21st Century football player, Domann does not fit into a specific role, but rather has the ability, on the defensive side of the ball, to play both linebacker and safety. Further, Domann is equally comfortable in all aspects of the D, working in man and zone coverage, playing in the box against the run and blitzing to make big plays. This diverse and effective skill set has allowed Domann to create an impressive offer sheet going into his senior season.
Domann reports, on the heels of recent visits to Arizona State and Kansas State that recruiting is once again heating up. Domann, who says the trips to Manhattan and Tempe went, “Really well, I enjoyed them both.” Domann also plans on taking another visit to the University of Nebraska. The Huskers know Domann and Pine Creek well, early enrollee Avery Anderson, a corner, was Domann’s state title teammate.
Beyond his offers, Domann reports he is gaining increasing interest from Stanford, Michigan, Penn State, Iowa and UCLA. Due to his ever increasing opportunities Domann is gauging their interest stating, “I’ll have to wait if any pull the trigger because they are all great schools and I would want to visit.”
Beyond recruiting, Domann is very focused on helping Pine Creek bring another state title for his Eagles. Regarding his team Domann says, “We are working our tails off every day. Lifting to throwing and then off to the side to watch film on last year. I couldn’t be more excited!”
Too good to pass on, look for Domann to add offers and should by the start of the season, have close to 20 offers.