JoJo Domann's first scholarship offer is, in a word, nonexistent.
According to the 208-pound athlete, however, it may not stay that way for long. It's clear that schools are interested in Domann's services. Depending on how the 2016 prospect grows, he could play either safety or linebacker. And, at least for the time being, where he'll play is as uncertain as what he'll play.
Still, options are developing.
"I camped at Wyoming, and they said I was at the top of their board for 2016," Domann said. "They say that once they see my junior film and I come out there … if I ball out like I did last year, I'll be the first guy they offer. That was really exciting to hear. Nebraska is really interested. I get a lot of mail from there. Kansas State is in a similar boat as Wyoming. I camped there at Kansas State and did the 7-on-7 there. Our team ended up taking third place there out of 26 teams. They are saying they really like me and might offer when they see my junior film."
A three-star prospect at Colorado Springs (Colo.) Pine Creek High School, Domann plans to attend games at Wyoming and K-State this season as part of unofficial visits. The school that Domann's has strongest ties to, however, hasn't shown much interest just yet. It's a fact he hopes changes down the line.
"Both my parents went to Kansas," Domann said. "We went to visit there and they talked to me one-on-one, but they haven't been pursuing me, so that's kind of a bummer."
Both K-State and Wyoming are recruiting Domann to play outside linebacker. Other schools are caught between recruiting him as a linebacker and a safety, which he is also capable of playing.
According to Maxpreps.com, Domann recorded five interceptions in nine games as a sophomore a season ago. He also made 44 total tackles.