- Jun 12, 2012
It was a breakout junior season for 2018 McArthur wide receiver a Dominick Watt, who helped lead his team to a memorable 11-1 season and elevated his name in the process.
"My goal was to complete my task and bring out the beast in me. Next year, I'm trying to put a ring on my finger and win states. I had a great season -- came out to practice every day ready to work and win, but we came up short."
"I'm aggressive. When the ball is in the air, just know I'm coming down with it. I can block, too," he said. "In the spring, I'll be working on getting off the line and my footwork."
Watt plays safety as well as receiver at McArthur, but says he wants to play on the offensive side of the ball in college.
Of the 13 programs that have offered Watt, he said that West Virginia, USF, Wisconsin, and Iowa State are currently showing the most interest. He added that he wants to hear more from Miami, FSU, UF, and Alabama.
The 6-2, 195-pound Watt moved to south Florida from New York when he was six years old, but said that the Canes are a team he has watched since then. He attended three Miami games last season, including the Florida State matchup.
"That game was crazy," Watt said. "I was trying to go to the bowl game against West Virginia too, but I wasn't able to. I've been to campus for campus before too."