It’s been business as usual for Waupun (Wis.) 2019 small forward Marcus Domask. Fresh off averaging better than 20 points per game as a sophomore, Domask has one again been impressive during the NY2LA Association, staking his claim as one of the top prospects in the 16U Division. 

As usual, Wisconsin-Green Bay is ahead of the curve with in-state prospects and remains the lone school to offer Domask. 

“They keep in contact with me, ask how things are going,” Domask told NY2LA Sports.  “They just really care about their players and treat them really well. The coaches are really great and I get along with them.”

Last season, Domask averaged 20.4 points, 7.4 rebounds, and 4.3 assists per game for Waupun, who posted a 19-6 record. As a freshman, Domask led the Warriors to a Division 3 state championship. 

Domask also visited the Phoenix during the season.  “It was good,” he said. “There was a pretty big crowd. Their fans were really awesome for that game.”

Northern Iowa, Drake, San Diego, Milwaukee, and Miami (OH) are showing interest in Domask. Of that group, at least two schools will be tracking Domask closely in July.  “Miami and San Diego are showing a lot of interest,” he said. “They just tell me that they like my game. They want to watch me a couple more times.” 

Wisconsin has also been linked to Domask since last season.  “They watched me play a couple of times and called my dad,” he said.

Domask was one of just three sophomores selected to the All-State teams in 2016-17. The 6-foot-5, 205-pound wing also currently has Ray Allen Select at a perfect 8-0 record in the NY2LA Basketball Association. 

Not in a rush with his recruitment, Domask doesn’t plan on making a decision until after next summer. In what should be no surprise, Domask’s main priority at the next level is winning.  “Probably a team that I know I can get playing time and a team that can compete for championships,” he said. “A coaching staff that pushes players and a good fan section.” 

Domask plays for Ray Allen Select during the travel season.