College: University of Cincinnati
Birthday: February 1, 1987
Hometown: Cincinnati, OH
Years Pro: 7
Professional (2010-present): After failing to be drafted in 2009, Goodman played for the Kings Comets of the Mid Continental Football League where he helped the Comets win the championship. After the 2009 outdoor season was over, Goodman signed to play indoor football with the Cincinnati Commandos, of the Continental Indoor Football League (CIFL). Goodman posted outstanding numbers in his rookie season, which saw him, lead the league in catches (47), yards (473), and touchdowns (18). As a result of his great season, he was named the 2010 CIFL Offensive Player of the Year. Prior to the start of the CIFL playoffs, Goodman left to play for the Dresden Monarchs of the German Football League. Joining a team that was 1-4 before his arrival, Goodman helped the Monarchs finish 7-7 and make the GFL's semifinals for only the second time in the team's history. Playing only nine of the Monarch's 14 games, Goodman finished second on the team in catches (50) and yards (720) and was also second on the team with three interceptions. In 2011, he officially signed with the Gladiators and led the team in receptions. Dominick signed with the Sioux Falls Storm for the 2017 season.
Senior (University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 2007): Dominick had a team-high 68 catches (fourth-most in a season in the UC record book), UC-best 869 receiving yards (rank eighth in school record books), collected eight touchdown grabs and averaged 20.4 yards on 13 kickoff returns.
• Goodman was honored with the team's Receiver of the Year Award.
Junior (University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 2006): Dominick was the team's leading receiver with 40 catches, including five for touchdowns. He finished third on the team in receiving yards (452), ranked fourth in the Big East and 20th nationally in kickoff return yardage (25.8).
• He received UC's Special Teams Player of the Year honors.
Sophomore (University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 2005): Dominick played in nine games and finished second on the team in all-purpose yards with 578.
• Goodman received Bearcat Academic Honor Roll distinctions.
High School (Colerain): Dominick rushed for over 2,000 yards and 30 touchdowns, averaging 8.4 yards a carry and completed 28-of-44 passes for 584 yards and six scores. He was the MVP of the Cardinals' state title game after rushing for a then-record 259 yards and four touchdowns.
• Goodman garnered All-America honors and a No. 5 ranking nationally by USA Today.
Personal: Dominick is the son of Angela and Don Goodman. He majored in history.