Harrison Phillips, DT, Stanford

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After losing his sophomore year to injury, Harrison Phillips switched from defensive end to defensive tackle and made the most of it.

Phillips, who went to high school in Omaha, excelled in his final two seasons at Stanford with 14.5 combined sacks and 144 tackles.

He feeds the homeless on Friday nights, will graduate with a double major and can do the splits. Growing up in the Heartland, his wrestling background gave him a little extra flexibility and explosiveness.

He stands at 6-foot-4, 295 pounds.

PRODUCTIVITY SCORE: 130.9 | ATHLETICISM SCORE: 110.8 | AGE SCORE: 108.6

FINAL SCORE: 116.8

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