Catching up with 2015 WR Phillips

Catching up with 2015 WR Phillips


Catching up with 2015 WR Phillips


By Drew MacRae.

By Drew MacRae

It might be early in the process for the 2015 prospects, but standout wide receiver Freddie Phillips is a name that has been popping up on a lot of radars. We were able to get a hold of Freddie tonight and see were he stands this early in the process. 

When asked about his current favorites, Phillips responded, “I am keeping it open to everyone interested right now”. 

Who are some of the schools showing early interest?

“LSU, UNC, NC State, South Carolina, Florida State, Georgia Tech, and Virginia have all shown interest,” said Phillips. 

Last summer Freddie attended the Dabo Swinney High School Football Camp.  What does the super sophomore plan on doing in the offseason?

 “Right now I’m working  out, getting stronger and faster for the combines and camps. I don’t exactly know what camps I’m going to go to right now, but I plan on going to a few. I also might run track this spring,” said Phillips. 

When asked what NFL player Phillips compares himself to he said, “I just try and be myself when I’m on the field, but I would say Randel Cobb. I can play any where the coach needs me on the field to help my team.” 

Freddie is going to be a good one to keep an eye on. With the offense Clemson runs stud receiversare a must, and Phillips might just be the next big time pass catcher to wear orange.



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