Domann Talks About Commit

Pine Creek's JoJo Domann talks about his verbal as well as his Pine Creek squad.

It has been a big week for the top prospects in the Colorado class of 2016 as both Jack Stoll and JoJo Domann opted this week to play their college football for the Nebraska Cornhuskers.  Stoll picked the Huskers over Texas while Domann went with Nebraska over Cal, Kansas State, Colorado and Arizona State.  With Stoll and Domann accounted for, as well as Legacy’s Matt Lynch, who verballed to UCLA, only Carlo Kemp of Fairview is left from the Colorado’s top four prospects in the class of 2016.  Domann, after his commit took some time to talk about the commit with PrepColorado.


PC:  JoJo what is the primary reason for the early verbal?

Domann:  I want to focus on my senior season and be 100% committed to my school and winning a third straight state championship.

PC: Also, congrats on the verbal! What was the key to the commit?  What made the Huskers stand out?

Domann: Thank you!! And it's Nebraska football, that's all I need to say!

PC: Talk about Coach Riley and what he has going on at Nebraska.  Seems very exciting, especially this recruiting class?

JoJo: He's brought in a great staff and it's showing with this awesome class we're putting together!!

PC: How about getting to play with your friends Avery Anderson and Eric Lee, How much did that factor into the decision? (Anderson played with Domann at Pine Creek, while Lee was Domann’s teammate on high profile 7on7 squad Team Weapon X)

Domann: It definitely helped, but Nebraska is the right fit for me, and in the end that's why I picked them.

Domann has over the past weeks emphasized that his early verbal is based on his desire to focus on his Pine Creek squad and start the grind toward a third straight state title.  Regarding his squad and performers that will help Domann defend the Eagles’ title, JoJo first mentions his younger brother Brock, who will take over at quarterback.  Defensively, Domann points out All-State defensive end Jack Wibbells, one of Colorado’s sack leaders, as well as safety Collin Willis and linebacker Kacin Nowlin.  

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