Phillips fits the mold of a Kawhi Leonard type of player with his subtle assertiveness on both ends the floor. The 6-foot-4 combo guard has the ability to score with the best of them, but what sets him apart is his ability to wreak havoc on opponents defensively. He is a great on-ball and help side defender that uses his athleticism, lateral movement, and length to rattle the opposition. This season, the two-way combo guard earned Region 1-AAAAA Player of the Year honors. In addition to his Texas Tech offer, Phillips is garnering strong interest from Butler, Georgia State, and Tennessee Tech to name a few.
Offers- Texas Tech
Warner Robins finished the regular season at 22-3 and a No.3 ranking in the sandysspiel.com Class 5A poll. Further, they won the Region 1-AAAAA Championship and reached the GHSA State Playoffs Class AAAAA Elite 8 before being ousted 94-72 by the eventual state champions Buford Wolves. The Demons ended the 2016-17 season with a 24-4 overall record.