Honors & Awards
» Lott IMPACT Trophy Quarterfinalist (2021)
» Senior Bowl Invite (2021)
» Second-Team All-American (2021, Associated Press, Pro Football Focus)
» Second-Team All-Big Ten (2021, Coaches)
» Third-Team All-Big Ten (2021, Media)
» Big Ten Co-Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 4, 2021)
» Nagurski Trophy Watch List (2021)
» Honorable-Mention All-Big Ten (2020)
» Nebraska Defensive MVP (2021)
» Academic All-Big Ten (2017)
» Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2016, 2018, 2020; Spring 2020)
» Brook Berringer Citizenship Team (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)
» Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)

A quarterfinalist for the Lott Trophy and a second-team All-American, JoJo Domann played in the first 10 games of his final season before season-ending surgery forced him to miss the final two games. In his 10 games, Domann posted 72 tackles with 9.0 tackles for loss, 2.0 sacks, two forced fumbles, two interceptions and three pass breakups. At the time of his injury, Domann ranked eighth in the Big Ten with his 9.0 TFLs and 72 total tackles as one of only three Big Ten players to rank in the top 10 in the conference in both tackles and tackles for loss. Domann also ranked third among all active FBS players with nine career forced fumbles at the time of his injury. 

Domann was recognized as a second-team All-Big Ten selection by the conference coaches and a third-team pick by the league media. He was also honored as a first-team All-Big Ten selection and second-team All-American by the Associated Press, the first Husker to earn All-America accolades since 2014.

After making one tackle at Illinois in the opener, Domann tied for the team lead with five tackles against Fordham, including one tackle for loss. He also intercepted the first pass of his career against the Rams. Domann matched that effort with five more tackles and another TFL against Buffalo, when he also added a quarterback hurry. Domann had a terrific game at No. 3 Oklahoma, tying his then-career high with 12 tackles. Domann added a TFL and a breakup against the Sooners. At No. 20 Michigan State, Domann totaled four tackles, including a five-yard tackle for loss.

He had a huge game in the win over Northwestern, finishing with 10 tackles, 3.0 TFLs, 2.0 sacks and a pair of forced fumbles. Domann set career highs in TFLs, sacks and forced fumbles against the Wildcats. For his performance against Northwestern, Domann was named the Big Ten Co-Defensive Player of the Week. Domann had five tackles against No. 9 Michigan. At Minnesota, he recorded eight tackles with a three-yard tackle for loss. Domann had a career-high 13 tackles against Minnesota, his sixth career game with double-figure tackles and third this season. He then made a major impact against No. 6 Ohio State despite playing through a hand injury that required season-ending surgery a week later. Domann posted nine tackles with one interception, two pass breakups and a tackle for loss against the Buckeyes.

2020 (Senior)
Domann started all eight games at outside linebacker in 2020 and was a leader for the Blackshirts, earning honorable-mention All-Big Ten accolades. Domann led Nebraska with 58 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss, five pass breakups, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. He posted a career high in tackles despite the shortened season.

Domann recorded six tackles and a fumble recovery in the season opener at No. 5 Ohio State. He added five tackles at Northwestern, including a tackle for loss. Domann had a career game in the win over Penn State, totaling a then-career-high 12 tackles while also tying his career high with two TFLs. He had an outstanding all-around game against Illinois, finishing with eight tackles, 2.0 TFLs, a forced fumble and a quarterback hurry. At Iowa, Domann tallied seven tackles and tied his career high with two pass breakups. Domann led Nebraska with 11 tackles at Purdue, his second career game with double-digit tackles. Domann made seven tackles against Minnesota, and he had two tackles, a TFL and a pass breakup in the Huskers’ season-ending win at Rutgers.

2019 (Junior)
Domann made the full-time switch to outside linebacker as a junior after playing primarily safety in his first three years on campus. Domann played extensively in every game as a junior, starting six games and recording a career-high 52 tackles. He ranked second on the team with 11 TFLs, six pass breakups and two forced fumbles and fourth with 2.5 sacks, all of which were career highs.

He had an impressive start to the year with four tackles, two tackles for loss and one breakup in the opener against South Alabama. He added two solo tackles the next week at Colorado before recording six tackles, a TFL and a pass breakup against Northern Illinois. Domann played a big role in Nebraska’s win at Illinois in the Big Ten opener, totaling five tackles and tying his then-career high with two TFLs and 1.0 sack. In addition to a 10-yard sack, Domann also forced his first fumble of the season against the Illini and had the first quarterback hurry of his career. 

Domann earned his first start of the season against No. 5 Ohio State and finished with four tackles, including a half-sack against the Buckeyes. He started again the next week against Northwestern and had a then-career-high seven tackles, while tying his career high with two TFLs and adding one pass breakup. After making one tackle at Minnesota, Domann tied for the team lead with six stops against Indiana, including one tackle for loss. The next week at Purdue, Domann had eight tackles, including one TFL. Against No. 15 Wisconsin, Domann recorded three tackles and forced a fumble that was recovered by the Huskers to set up a touchdown. At Maryland, Domann had a sack and a pass breakup in the Huskers’ 54-7 win. Domann concluded his junior season with four tackles and a career-high two breakups against Iowa.

2018 (Sophomore)
Domann saw action at both safety and outside linebacker, starting two games at outside linebacker in November. He finished with 19 tackles while recording his first career tackle for loss and first career sack. Domann also tied for the team lead with two forced fumbles, and he recovered one fumble and broke up a pair of passes.

Domann played in the season opener against Colorado and had a tackle on special teams but missed the next four games with an injury. He returned in a special teams role at Northwestern and saw action on special teams and defense in the win over Minnesota. Against Bethune-Cookman, Domann had one tackle, a forced fumble and the first pass breakup of his career. Domann then earned his first career start the next week at No. 8 Ohio State and had seven tackles - including a seven-yard sack - while forcing a fumble and breaking up a pass for the second straight game. Domann started again the next week against Illinois, and he made five tackles and recovered a fumble. In a win over Michigan State, Domann had four stops, his third straight game with at least four tackles.

2017 (Redshirt)
Domann sat out his sophomore season as a redshirt after suffering an injury in spring practice that also kept him out during the fall.

2016 (Freshman)
Domann saw action in every game, primarily on special teams coverage units. He had eight tackles, all on special teams, with five solo stops. He also forced a fumble on kickoff coverage in the Music City Bowl against Tennessee. His eight special teams tackles ranked third among the Huskers. Domann also added depth at safety. 

Before Nebraska (Pine Creek HS)
Domann was regarded as one of the top prospects in Colorado, after an outstanding 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.

The son of Craig and Teddi Domann, JoJo was born on July 28, 1997. He earned his degree in advertising and public relations in May of 2020. Domann has volunteered his time with Make-A-Wish, a Day of Service, the Nebraska Football Road Race and local hospital visits.