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Jordan Domineck
Jordan Domineck
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Jordan Domineck

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Year RS Sophomore
Height 6-3
Weight 247
Hometown Lakeland, Fla.
Last School George Jenkins
Year RS Sophomore
Jordan Domineck

Biography

2019 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in seven games, including starting the final three games of the season at defensive end … Despite limited action, finished fourth among defensive linemen with 25 tackles (12 solo) … Finished with 3.5 tackles-for-loss for 19 yards, including 16 yards off 1.5 sacks … Came up with a huge 11-yard sack in the third quarter at Miami (Fla.) (Oct. 12) en route to an eventual 28-21 overtime victory … Recorded seven tackles (six assisted) at Virginia (Nov. 9) … Took down five offensive players (three solo) against Virginia Tech (Nov. 16), including 1.0 tackles for loss for 6 yards and 0.5 sack for 5 yards … Exploded for a career-high 10 tackles (five solo) in the primetime game against NC State (Nov. 21), where he also totaled a career-high 1.5 tackles-for-loss for 2 yards.

2018 (True Freshman): Redshirted due to only seeing action in three games, the first three contests of the year vs. Alcorn State (Sept. 1), at USF (Sept. 8) and at Pitt (Sept. 15) … Recorded five tackles in three games … Registered four tackles in extensive action at USF … Had one stop at Pitt … Was one of 13 true freshmen to see game action for the Yellow Jackets.

High School: Rated as a three-star prospect by ESPN, 247Sports/Scout and Rivals … Named honorable-mention all-state and Polk County defensive MVP as a senior … Three-time first-team all-county selection … Set school record with 25 sacks as a senior … Three-year team captain … Selected to play in Blue-Grey All-American game and Best of Florida all-star game … Named defensive MVP and overall MVP of Best of Florida all-star game … Coached by Christopher Canning … Terrific athlete was also a four-year letterwinner/three-year captain in basketball and a three-year letterwinner in track and field … Honor roll student.

Personal: Middle of three siblings … Father, James, played football at Bethel College (1987) before transferring to Florida for two seasons (1988-89) … Majoring in business administration … Aspires for a career in medicine.

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