2010 Youngstown State Football Roster
Dominique Barnes

29 - Dominique Barnes

Height: 5-11
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Southfield, Mich.
High School: Southfield
Position: Wide Receiver

Career Notes: Caught 168 passes for 2,062 yards and 15 touchdowns in 40 games played...his 168 receptions rank second in school history, his 15 touchdowns are fifth and his 2,062 yards are fifth as well...set a school record with a reception in 34 consecutive games...became first player in school history to record more than 60 catches in consecutive years.

2010 (Senior) | Game-By-Game Stats

First-Team All-Missouri Valley Football Conference selection...named team's Outstanding Offensive Player...had a career-high 67 catches for 911 yards and four touchdowns…averaged 82.8 yards per game and 13.6 per reception…tied school record with 11 receptions for 134 yards at Penn State…had 10 grabs against North Dakota State, South Dakota State and Indiana State…had five 100-plus receiving yard games, highlighted by 151-yard effort vs. North Dakota State…had 52 receptions for 723 yards in league play…had 1,344 all-purpose yards rushing for 34, returning 11 punts for 182 and 12 kickoffs for 217…also completed a 50-yard pass...served as a team captain...named HBK Offensive Player of the Game vs. Penn State, North Dakota State, South Dakota State and Indiana State...HBK Special Teams Player of the Game against Butler...tabbed Haines Family Player of the Game (Radio) against Penn State and South Dakota State...earned his fourth letter.

2009 (Junior) | Game-By-Game Stats

Honorable-Mention All-Missouri Valley Football Conference selection...started all 11 games at wide receiver...caught 60 passes for 762 yards and MVFC-high eight touchdowns...caught a pass in all 11 games and had touchdown receptions in seven...in conference play had 48 receptions for 615 yards and MVFC-best six touchdowns...averaged 69.3 yards per game for the year and 76.9 yards in conference play...led the team with 1,132 all-purpose yards...returned 20 kickoffs for 391 yards...had a high of 169 all-purpose yards against Missouri State...on two occasions had more than 100 yards receiving...posted a season-high 122 yards on eight receptions against Illinois State...caught a 55-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter...the reception was a season-long...had 113 yards on a season-best nine grabs against Missouri State...caught a long pass of 25 yards in the game...had two touchdown receptions catching five passes for 77 yards at North Dakota State...caught the game-winning score from five yards out with 22 seconds remaining...caught a six-yard scoring strike in the second quarter...had a 48-yard reception in the contest...caught two passes for 27 yards at Pitt with a long of 18...had three receptions for 32 yards and a touchdown versus Austin Peay...TD reception was a 16-yard grab in the fourth quarter...had 88 yards on seven grabs at Northeastern...caught a 32-yard scoring pass in the second quarter...had seven receptions for 86 yards and a touchdown at Indiana State...hauled in a 36-yard TD in the first quarter...had three receptions for 28 yards and a score versus Western Illinois...caught a seven-yard scoring toss in the second quarter...had seven grabs for 54 yards at Southern Illinois...had six receptions for 93 yards, including a 42-yarder vs. South Dakota State...had three grabs for 42 yards and a score against UNI...had a 10-yard TD catch in the second quarter...returned four kickoffs for 77 yards at Southern Illinois...had three returns for 52 yards at Northeastern...had two each against MSU (56 yards), NDSU (41 yards), Illinois State (38 yards), Pitt (36 yards) and Austin Peay (34 yards)...single returns at Indiana State (22 yards), WIU (18 yards) and SDSU (17 yards)...season-long return was 29 yards Missouri State...had six rushing attempts...long run was five yards at Pitt...also had two solo tackles (Pitt, SIU)...credited with 631 snaps played by the coaching staff...had a high of 72 snaps played against Missouri State...played over 59 on seven occasions...played 39 snaps on the kickoff return unit...named the HBK Offensive Player of the Game versus Northeastern...tabbed HBK Special Teams Player of the Game versus Southern Illinois...earned his third letter.

2008 (Sophomore) | Game-By-Game Stats

Played in all 12 games, starting five...caught a team-high 38 passes for 368 yards and three touchdowns...averaged 9.7 yards per catch...only player to have a reception in all 12 games...29 of his 38 catches came in conference play...had 17 receptions for first downs...thrown to 55 times...returned 17 kickoffs for 399 yards...totaled 780 all-purpose yards...caught a season-best eight passes for 100 yards and a touchdown at Illinois State...had seven receptions for 47 yards at Missouri State...caught three passes for 34 yards and a touchdown against Indiana State...had three catches for 33 yards at Ohio State...hauled in three passes for 22 yards against UNI...had three receptions, 19 yards and one touchdown versus Liberty...recorded his first career touchdown reception against the Flames...had two grabs against South Dakota State, Southern Utah, Southern Illinois, North Dakota State and Western Illinois...finished with 57 yards, including career-long 43-yarder against the Bison...had a lone catch against Central State...had six kickoff returns for 123 yards against the Redbirds...had 223 all-purpose yards in the contest...returned four kickoffs for 80 yards at SDSU...had four returns for 70 yards versus Liberty...had kickoff returns of 57 and 48 yards against the Panthers...had a 21-yard return against Indiana State...completed a 35-yard pass to quarterback Brandon Summers at Western Illinois...had a 13-yard run against Indiana State...started against OSU, SDSU, NDSU, UNI and Illinois State...credited with 482 offensive plays...had a high of 66 plays against Illinois State...played 54 versus UNI...received YSU Football Alumni Club's Difference Maker Award for performance in Homecoming game versus UNI...named the Hill Barth & King Special Teams Player of the Game against UNI as well...earned his second letter.

2007 (Freshman) | Game-By-Game Stats

Played in six games as a reserve wide receiver and member of special teams...caught three passes for 21 yards...had a season-long nine-yard reception against Lock Haven...had a seven-yard grab against Southern Illinois...had a five-yard catch at Indiana State...returned an onside-kick attempt 37 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter against Missouri State...also played against Ohio State and Stony Brook...played 127 snaps on offense and 20 on special teams...one of six true freshmen to see playing time...HBK Special Teams Player of the Game against Missouri State...earned his first letter.

High School: Was the starting quarterback as a junior and senior for the Bluejays...as a senior was an All-Detroit North Honorable Mention selection...served as a team captain...ran a spread offense, which used multiple receiver sets...for his career threw for more than 1,600 yards and ran for over 1,000 yards...threw 17 touchdown passes and had 11 rushing scores...was a two-time Oakland Activities Association Division II all-conference selection...as a junior was 65-of-123 for 1,021 yards and eight touchdowns...also ran for 623 yards and five scores...coach his senior year was Tim Conley...also played basketball.

Personal:
Parents are Doreese and Darryl Barnes...has a brother...born May 6, 1989...major is general studies.