Douglas, Dominique2006 All Star East

Dominique Douglas
Wide Receiver
6’1″ 185 lbs.
High School Coach: Andre Harlan
High School: Detroit Murry Wright, A
College: University of Iowa

Dominique started at Murray Wright as a freshman co-captain at defensive back. Dominique’s greatest success came in his junior and senior years when he was a wide receiver, defensive back and punt returner. He was All City, All State, All Metro, on the Blue Chip List and McCabe’s Fab 50. Murray Wright earned a first time PSL City Championship and a District Championship in 2005. Dominique was MVP. Dominique was named the best wide receiver in the state of Michigan and was inducted in to the High School Hall of Fame. Dominique’s high school career statistics included: 157 receptions for 1842 yards and 33 touchdowns. He also had and 9 interceptions.
Dominique had the opportunity to be a high school journalist for the NFL Super Bowl XL where he interviewed top name players and created a web site.

Dominique thanked his family, for their, “never ending support from the beginning and for truly believing in me when others had doubts.” He thanked his teammates for, “coming together as a team and accomplishing their first goal, the PSL City Championship.” He thanked the Murray Wright Football coaches for, “believing in me and pushing me.” He gave a special thanks to Coach Dre for, “convincing my mom to let me come to Murray Wright. Thanks for being there when I needed it most. Thanks to all of the fans that stuck with the 2005 Pilots football team, we really needed your support. Thanks for the good times and memories.” Dominique will attend the University of Iowa.

All City Honorable Mention, 2003
All City, Detroit News and Detroit Free Press, 2004
All State Honorable Mention, 2004
All Metro, Detroit Free Press, 2005
All State, Detroit Free Press, 2005
Dream Team, Detroit News, 2005
Blue Chip List, Detroit Free Press, 2005
McCabe’s Fab 50, Detroit News, 2005
High School Hall of Fame, 2005