Talking With Sycamore Star ATH Manny Dominguez About Recruiting & Visits
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Manny Dominguez Sycamore Class of 2020 ATH 5'11 190
Manny Dominguez how was your 2018 season?
My 2018 season was good, made a lot of impact on both sides of the ball playing WR and DB but it was not nearly as good as I wanted it to be. I’ve gone back to the film numerous times and I know I can take it to a whole other level.
What schools have you talked to so far?
I’ve talked to NIU, South Dakota, Drake, Minnesota, Brown, Air Force and Western Illinois
What schools have you visited so far?
I’ve visited NIU, Minnesota, and South Dakota
Anything that took you back during those visits or impressed you?
Minnesota impressed me just by how fast paced practice was and how P.J. Fleck was so active, it was a great environment. Also South Dakota was really nice to me and my family also they are getting some really nice facilities which was great to see. And NIU I’m impressed with how well they are being coached right now and the competition they are playing.
What would you like college coaches to know about you?
I would want them to know that I’m a football player, I may not be the most athletic prospect in their eyes, but I’m a ball player and an extremely hard worker, on and off the field.
What position do you feel most comfortable at?
What does football mean to you?
I mean words can’t explain. Football means a lot of different things to me. But most importantly football means family to me. I will never form a bond better then I have with the teammates from my past or present. It’s a bond that lasts forever. Every guy works so hard for one purpose and that’s to win.
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