Marco Domio

6′2″ / 190 lbs
Brenham, TX
Blinn JC
Class of 2020
Rating: 93

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Blinn CB Marco Domio holds A&M in high regard after weekend visit


5 hrs ago by Billy Liucci
Scattershooting Recruiting: Surveying A&M targets as 2020 focus narrows
After a fairly quiet spring, the recruiting wheels are likely to turn a little faster for the Aggies in the coming months. Billy takes a closer look at where A&M stands with a long list of their key targets on both sides of the ball.
17 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Friday evening recruiting stuff
- Many of you saw the interaction between Baton Rouge (LA) DB and former A&M commit Major Burns and current A&M commit Demond Demas where the Louisiana native hinted that he'd see Demas soon. Well, after making some calls, it sounds like Burns has made it known to some folks at A&M that he'll indeed visit College Station again soon. Mike Elko and Bradley Dale Peveto both went by Madison Prep this week. I'd still preg Oklahoma as the big favorites here. - The Alabama offer for Marco Domio yesterday was a subject that got quite a bit of run. I can tell you today that the Crimson Tide offer was something that was actually expected. Alabama's staff and personnel department have like Domio for a long time. The question then becomes why did they wait so long to offer? Could it be that they caught wind that the Aggies were the heavy favorites? I don't know that for sure, but sources near Domio's recruitment told me earlier this afternoon that things still sound good for A&M. - I'm still trying to get the exact dates, but I think you'll see East St Louis (IL) DB Antonio Johnson and Oradell (NJ) DB Jordan Morant visit A&M this summer and/or fall. Both guys have been in regular communication with the Aggie coaching staff, and Johnson has been one of the guys targeted by the Ags' head man himself. - Tyler John Tyler CB Kitan Crawford told me again today that he's planning to visit College Station "very soon."
18 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Bama offers Domio
Alabama made an offer today to Blinn CB and key Aggie target Marco Domio today. After a few conversations I've had in the last couple of days, this doesn't surprise me.I've had two separate HS coaches tell me that Bama and Georgia show up around A&M targets more and more these days - sometimes coming to the schools a day or two after the Aggies have been in there. Maybe coincidence, maybe not. It's no secret that Domio has been trending very favorably toward A&M.
24 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Blinn CB Marco Domio inching closer to making college decision
One of the fastest rising prospects in the state of Texas this spring has been Blinn College CB Marco Domio. After a recent one day trip to Aggieland turned into a long weekend stay, Domio has been in close contact with the A&M players and coaches.
26 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
A couple of midweek recruiting notes
- As I said yesterday, A&M defensive coordinator Mike Elko was making the rounds through the Texas Hill Country today to see a handful of targets - namely Alfred Collins and Princely Umanmielen on the defensive front and CB commit Jaylon Jones. A source out west told me that for both Collins and Umanmielen, the style of defense they want to play in will have an impact. Princely has been open in talking about A&M playing him at multiple spots on the line, and he likes having that option. Collins likely fits best in a four down front. His frame is so massive, and he's so athletic that I wouldn't put him down as solely a weak side prospect. He's got a chance to be elite on either side in my mind. - Elko also stopped in at Hutto to see 2021 Hippo DE/OLB Landyn Watson. To me, Watson is a stronger, more advanced version of Landis Durham, and I think seeing the success Durham had at A&M has really intrigued the Aggie staff. Watson has also grown taller in the past 6-8 months which should help stay in the DE role. Landyn told me today that he doesn't have anything set up in terms of visits to A&M just yet. That could change quickly, though. - A lot of folks have asked about Ft Bend Marshall QB Malik Hornsby recently, especially after his tweet about an announcement tonight. Like I said, I don't expect that to be a commitment from what I've been told by a pair of Houston sources. In terms of A&M, the Aggies remain a player. Offensive coordinator Darrell Dickey was at the school yesterday to see Malik and Devon Achane. Texas offered Achane today. He may get that much deserved bump in the recruiting rankings, now (Just kidding...sort of). My source in Missouri City said Achane will get serious about taking visits once his track season is finished. - The Blinn spring game is on Friday. We expect to see some A&M staff members there to check in on CB target Marco Domio.
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