Marcus Domask is an elite student-athlete currently attending Waupun High School in Waupun, WI. Ranked the #85 player in the class of 2019 per 247Sports, Domask is coming off an excellent Spring/Summer that concluded with winning the prestigious NY2LA AAU circuit. Sure to become a commodity among D1 coaches, Mark is an inside-out wing with the strength to take smaller players into the post yet score off the catch out to the three point line, while possessing the feel to find open teammates for easy buckets. Not just an athlete, the 6’4 wing is an excellent student with a 3.79 GPA.
I. AAU & SELF ANALYSIS
EM: Congrats on the great Spring/Summer, you turned some heads with your ability. Can you tell us how things went for Ray Allen Select as a team and for you individually?
MD: We had a good season, we ended up winning the NY2LA association. We had many injuries on our team but still managed to win a large percentage of our games. My team shares the ball really well and just really fundamentally as a team which allows us to beat teams that are much bigger and athletic than we are.
EM: Can you describe your game for those that are not familiar?
MD: I’m a wing who with a shoot first mentality right off the catch. I like to attack the hoop of both triple threat and bounce, I look create plays, whether that is scoring or dishing it off. With smaller defenders on me, I am quick to go to the post on them, where I can score but find open guys for threes on doubles a fair amount of the time.
EM: How often do you work on your game?
MD: I get in the gym at least once a day. I lift 3 times a week. This summer I am primarily focusing on my pull ups, ball handling, and extending my range.
Ray Allen Select's Marcus Domask is a 6'4 G/F who can flat-out get buckets. He's been the best player on his very good team here #BatL2016
— TJ Rushing (@TjRushing) May 14, 2016
Say this often, but Marcus Domask has some of the most impressive post skills I've seen. Just held kid off with 1 hand, finished with other
— Evan Flood (@Evan_Flood) May 21, 2016
II. ACADEMICS AND OFF-COURT INTERESTS
EM: Can we talk a bit about your interests as a student, what is your favorite subject?
MD: I would say I find myself enjoying health science and math the most
EM: What are your interests off the court?
MD: I like to hang out with my friends, I spend a lot of time with my family, I play Clash Royale, but mainly I just spend time with others
Marcus Domask is one of top wings in 2019, kid will blow up by end of summer #RockSpringClassic
— Master Splinter (@IndiJarrell) April 10, 2016
Caron Butler Elite 15u trailed 7-2. They're on a 23-point run. Marcus Domask has been great – attacking rim, dishing, outside shot. #mubb
— J.B. Bauer (@JBBauer612) July 22, 2016
EM: Which schools show interest?
MD: The schools that communicate with me are Drake, San Diego St., Milwaukee, Green Bay, and Northern Iowa.
EM: Any college campuses you want to get out to and visit?
MD: I would like to get out and visit San Diego St and Drake but I am still very interested in Green Bay and Northern Iowa
EM: What factors are important to you and your family when making your college decision?
MD: I would like to play in a system that focuses on realationship, continuing to make me better, and who will be contending for championships
The thing I love about players like Marcus Domask: great, young talent who plays w/ humility. Jordan McCabe: great talent, little humility
— Sam Oleson (@sam_olesonFDL) March 18, 2016
Marcus Domask looks really, really good for a freshman. #wisbb
— Joe Michaels (@J_Michaels25) March 17, 2016
IV. PERSONAL GOALS & ADVICE
EM: Any personal goals on or off the court?
MD: I am trying to raise my GPA to a 3.85 this year. It is at a 3.79 right now. I would like to have my team win conference and make it back to state again. I am also trying to be a clear leader of our team as a sophomore.
EM: Last, if you could give the youth some advice on how to succeed either on or off the court, what would you say?
MD: That creating relationships and always trying to do a little bit more than your share, whether that is a couple more reps oe helping someone else out, can take you a long way.
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