Biography: Three-year starter who lined up at both guard and tackle.
Positives: "Large, wide-bodied lineman who is best in a small area. Keeps his feet moving, remains patient, and immediately gets his hands into opponents. Stays square, strong at the point of attack, and keeps defenders away from the action. Controls defenders and completely removes them from the action. Built low to the ground and blocks with good lean and pad level."
Negatives: Inconsistent; looks terrific at times but also rather ordinary on occasions. Lacks great footwork sliding out to protect the edge. Ineffective in motion and lumbers around the field. Must improve his blocking balance.
Analysis: Dominguez was productive and durable on the college level and is best suited to play guard. Possesses the physical skills necessary to play in a system that does not require him to cover much area.
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