One of the state of Wisconsin’s top up and coming prospects, Waupun (Wis.) 2019 small forward Marcus Domask earned his first scholarship offer recently. Making in-state prospects a huge priority under head coach Linc Darner, Wisconsin-Green Bay was first to the punch for Domask.
“It was pretty cool,” Domask told NY2LASPORTS.COM. “I definitely didn’t expect it. It was nice to get my first offer. They felt like my versatility worked well with their style of getting up and down the court. I can play that fast pace that they like.”
Domask also took an unofficial visit to Green Bay upon receiving the offer. “What stood out to me most was how well the basketball players are treated,” he said. “Lots of people like them and they’re treated really well up there.”
Drake, San Diego State, Milwaukee, Northern Iowa, and others are showing interest in Domask this fall. He said Drake and Milwaukee have been most consistent to this point.
Drake: “They want to get me down on their campus and want me to watch a game.”
Milwaukee: “Pretty much the same thing. They want me to get over there and watch a game. They’ll continue to watch me play this season.”
As a freshman, Domask led Waupun to a 27-1 record and a Division 3 state championship, averaging 16.8 points per game. Getting an early taste of success, it’s not surprise that Domask will be looking to win titles at the college level as well.
“I’m looking for a school that will contend for championships and consistently make me a better player.”
Domask plays for Ray Allen Select during the travel season.