Blackman having a big season for Harbor

L.A. Harbor QB Dominique Blackman (6-5, 250) is having an outstanding season for the Seahawks. He's helped lead them to a 5-0 record while throwing for over 400 yards per game. JCFootball.com caught up with the gifted gun-slinger and he updated us on how things are coming along on the recruiting front...

Blackman got offered by Iowa State back in the spring, but said things have been rather stagnant on the recruiting front of late.

"It's frustrating for me, but I'm getting it done on the field and hopefully some more schools start showing me some interest," Blackman told JCFootball.com recently. "When I didn't qualify to play for Washington, I worked really hard to get academically qualified and then once I did and I was about to go up there, I talked to (new) coach (Steve) Sarkisian and he said they wanted to go in a different direction.

"Schools need to know that I'm available to leave in December. I want to get to a D-1 school this fall and if I can do that I'll have four years to play three, so I'm hoping my name gets out there more."

For the season, Blackman has led the 5-0 Seahawks by completing 69.6 percent of his passes for 2,007 yards, 21 touchdowns and only four interceptions.

"I've played with a lot of these guys in high school," Blackman said. "Dwayne Frampton makes my job a lot easier. He's a great receiver, but we also have guys like Prentice (Gill) and Jon (Davis) and all those guys. We have a really talented team."

This weekend Harbor puts their undefeated record on the line against Victor Valley.

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