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DeKalb coach Matt Weckler called Dominguez one of the best safeties in the conference. Sycamore coach Joe Ryan said Dominguez’s best games still are ahead of him, and Dominguez agrees.
“I’ve still got a lot to improve on,” Dominguez said. “I made some big plays but also made some mistakes. I have to keep working on my game and get better as the season goes.”
Ryan said Dominguez needs to be a three-way player for the Spartans this season, although his role has been fairly limited on offense. Ryan said he doesn’t see it staying that way for long.
“He’s had limited touches, but when he does touch the ball it’s pretty special for us,” Ryan said. “On both sides of the ball, and special teams, he means a lot to our team. We haven’t had to give him the ball a lot, but that’s something we can do if we need to.
“He can do some things as a receiver, and we haven’t opened up that part of the playbook yet,” he said. “He’s capable of doing things there too. He’s just one of those players that can be explosive anytime that he gets the ball.”