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Name: *Harrison Phillips 
College: Stanford     Number: 66
Height: 6-3   Weight: 307
Position: DT  Pos2: DE
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2018

40 Low: 5.12
   40 Time: 5.21
  40 High: 5.32
Projected Round: 2  Stock:    
Rated number 5 out of 168 DT's     48 / 2191 TOTAL
Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6032
Weight: 307
40 Yrd Dash: 5.21
20 Yrd Dash: 3.00
10 Yrd Dash: 1.79
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 42
Vertical Jump: 32
Broad Jump: 08'07"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.50
3-Cone Drill: 7.28

Dates: 03/22/18
Height: 6032
Weight: 307
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 4.96  Stood on Combine Numbers.
 Data Scout Notes: 2018: 01-04-18- Announced Early Entry into 2018 NFL Draft…2017: 1stC/LottIMPACTFinalist...PBednarik...2016: HMC...2015: NAC...(+) 09-05-15 Knee INJ, Out for 2015/DS #9 Soph DE
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 Draft Scout *Harrison Phillips News
01/22/18 - 2018 Senior Bowl: 7 Potential Breakout Players: Harrison Phillips, DT, Stanford, #66, North...On field and off, Phillips was a difference-maker for the Cardinal, remarkably leading the team in stops from his defensive tackle position with 103 takedowns, including 17 tackles for loss. To top it off, he was one of 11 players in the FBS named to the AFCA Good Works Team, one of the most coveted off-field awards in college football. Phillips is not as flashy an athlete as some of this year's other freakish defensive linemen, but no one incorporates strength, quickness, technique and instincts better. He enters Senior Bowl week as's No. 23 prospect. - Rob Rang,
01/19/18 - DT Harrison Phillips is an impressive individual. Off the field, he earned Academic All-America honors and graduated early with a double-degree from one of this country's top universities. On the field, Phillips recorded 103 tackles, including 17 for loss, which are remarkable numbers for any position, but especially impressive considering he lined up as a nose tackle in the Cardinal's 3-4 scheme. Phillips doesn't play with much flash and won't produce off-the-chart numbers at the Combine, so the Senior Bowl is the perfect place to showcase his skill-set. He is a bully at the point of attack with his hammer hands and wrestling background, making him a nuisance to block. Phillips is highly intelligent and relies on various techniques to consistently be in the right place at the right time. -- Dane Brugler,
01/04/18 - Stanford defensive lineman Harrison Phillips will bypass his final year of eligibility to enter the NFL draft. Phillips announced his decision on Thursday. Phillips was a third-team All-American this season when he had 14 1/2 tackles for loss and 7 1/2 sacks for the Cardinal. Phillips had one year of eligibility remaining because he had a season-ending knee injury in the 2015 opener and was eligible for a medical redshirt. Stanford tight end Dalton Schultz declared for the draft earlier this week. The Cardinal are still waiting for a decision from star running back and Heisman runner-up Bryce Love. - AP College Football
12/11/17 - 2017 ALL-PAC-12 FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): DL Harrison Phillips, Sr., Stanford,...First-team recipients Bryce Love (running back), Dalton Schultz (tight end), Nate Herbig (offensive guard), Harrison Phillips (defensive tackle) and Justin Reid (defensive back) were among 16 Cardinal to earn All-Pac-12 football honors, as announced by the conference on Tuesday. - Stanford Football
10/31/17 - Oct 30 Stock Report: Who helped themselves? Harrison Phillips, DT, Stanford, rJR. (6-4, 290, 4.96, #66)...It's uncommon for a nose tackle to lead the team in tackles, but Phillips isn't a regular player. He has been unblockable for most of the season and we were reminded of that last Thursday against Oregon State. Phillips, who leads the Cardinal with 7.4 tackles per game, finished with nine tackles, two tackles for loss, one forced fumble and two recovered fumbles. He showed off the full skill-set in the comeback victory over the Beavers, flashing power, athleticism and instincts. Phillips is a smart, alert player and it isn't a coincidence that he is frequently in position to make so many plays. He uses his power to win the point of attack and finish off-balance tackles, playing the game like a bully on the playground. At times, Phillips tends to get high and rely only on his upper-body strength, but his issues are more nit-picking than true concerns. Phillips vs. Irish left guard Quenton Nelson will be a treat for NFL scouts when Notre Dame travels to Palo Alto on November 25. - Dane Brugler,
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