Honors & Awards
» Academic All-Big Ten (2017)
» Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2016, 2018)
» Brook Berringer Citizenship Team (2017, 2018)
» Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2017, 2018)
After missing all of the 2017 season due to injury, JoJo Domann was one of Nebraska's most versatile defenders in 2018. Domann again battled injuries that cost him four games as a sophomore, but he emerged as a playmaker on both special teams and defense. On defense, Domann saw action at both safety and outside linebacker, starting two games at outside linebacker in November. He finished with a career-high 19 tackles while recording his first career tackle for loss and first career sack. Domann also had a nose for the ball, as he tied for the team lead with two forced fumbles, and he also recovered one fumble and broke up a pair of passes.
Domann played in the season opener aginst Colorado and had a tackle on special teams but missed the next four games due to an injury. He returned to the field in a special teams role at Northwestern and saw action on special teams and on defense in the Huskers' win over Minnesota. He was a major factor against Bethune-Cookman, when he had one tackle, forced a fumble that was recovered by Nebraska and broke up the first pass of his career. Domann then earned his first career start the next week at No. 8 Ohio State, where he had a career-high seven tackles. He recorded a seven-yard sack against the Buckeyes for his first career tackle for loss, and he both forced a fumble and broke up a pass for the second straight game. Domann started again the next week in the Huskers' win over Illinois, and he made five tackles and recovered a fumble. In a win over Michigan State in the next-to-last game of the season, Domann had four stops, his third straight game with at least four tackles.
Domann sat out his sophomore season as a redshirt after suffering an injury in spring practice that also kept him out during the fall.
Domann saw action in every game as a true freshmen, primarily on the Huskers' coverage units. Domann had eight tackles, all on special teams, with five solo stops. His eight special teams tackles were third most for Nebraska. He also added depth at safety.
Before Nebraska (Pine Creek HS)
Domann was regarded as one of the top prospects in Colorado, after an oustanding career as a versatile performer at Pine Creek High in Colorado Springs. Domann’s play helped Coach Todd Miller’s Pine Creek team to a 38-3 record during his final three seasons at the school, including two state titles in the Class 4 ranks. Domann was a teammate of fellow Nebraska defensive back Avery Anderson in 2013 and 2014.
In 2015, Domann helped Pine Creek to a 12-1 record before a loss in the state semifinals. Domann rushed 37 times for 404 yards, an average of nearly 11 yards per carry and scored 11 rushing touchdowns. He also caught 33 passes for 674 yards with nine receiving touchdowns. Defensively, Domann was a dominant presence racking up 34 tackles, including 4.5 tackles for loss.
He also contributed on Pine Creek’s special teams, averaging 43 yards per punt, while connecting on 34-of-37 extra-point attempts and making three field goals. Domann was selected as the Prep Colorado Player of the Year in 2015, and was also an all-state defensive pick by Prep Colorado. He was also a first-team USA Today All-Colorado selection.
During his junior season, Domann helped Pine Creek to a Class 4A state title and a 14-0 record. Domann had 49 receptions for 797 yards and 10 touchdowns, while also rushing for 205 yards and a touchdown. On defense, Domann recorded 61 tackles, while adding seven tackles for loss and seven interceptions. He made 59-of-60 PAT attempts and connected on 7-of-8 field goals. He earned All-Colorado honors for his play in 2014.
As a sophomore, Domann had 44 tackles, while also seeing action on special teams and offense. He earned first-team all-area honors as a sophomore.
Domann was ranked as the top player in Colorado and among the top 350 players nationally by 247 Sports, while Rivals.com listed him as the No. 2 prospect in the state. Both Scout.com and 247 Sports ranked Domann among the top 40 “athlete” prospects in the nation, while Rivals.com and ESPN listed him among the top 60 outside linebackers. Domann was also named to the Colorado academic all-state team in 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Domann also visited Colorado and had numerous offers including Arizona State, California, Colorado, Illinois, North Carolina and Virginia. He was selected to play in the Semper Fi all-star game, but did not play because of injury.
JoJo was born on July 28, 1997, and is the son of Craig and Teddi Domann. He is majoring in advertising and public relations, and is a two-time member of the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll. Domann was named to the Brook Berringer and Tom Osborne Citizenship Teams in 2017 and 2018. He has volunteered his time with the Nebraska Football Road Race, School is Cool Week, Husker Heroes, Family Wellness Night and local hospital visits.