Harrison Phillips Exclusives
Harrison graduated from Millard West High school, class of 2014.
He graduated two semesters early from Stanford University with a double major. One is Science, Technology, and Society and the other is Sociology and he received a minor in Education. He graduated above a 3.0 GPA.
Harrison was the Co-President of Fellowship of Christian Athletes at Stanford. He is on the board of the Playmakers Organization, which is a non-profit dedicated to mentoring youth, (Donate Here). He was also a research assistant for Teach Aids and Stanford's new Crashcourse curriculum.
Harrison has been awarded the Chris Draft Community Outreach Award, the Stanny for Individual Service in the Community, and the Class of 2018 Stanford Award of Excellence.
He was also awarded the FWAA All-America second team (defensive line), AP All-America third team (defensive tackle), All-Pac-12 first team, AFCA Good Works Team, CoSIDA Academic All-District, Alamo Bowl Sportsmanship Award, Lott IMPACT Trophy finalist, Bobby Bowden Award finalist, Pac-12 All-Academic first team, National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Hampshire Honor Society, Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 30), Lott IMPACT Player of the Week (Oct. 30), Lott IMPACT Player of the Week (Nov. 27), Bednarik Award semifinalist, Bednarik Award watch list, Outland Trophy watch list, Wuerffel Trophy watch list, Lott IMPACT Trophy watch list, and team captain.
In previous years he was chosen by the Omaha World Herald for the Nebraska High School Boys Athlete of the Year and the Merit Award. The Greater Omaha Sports Committee awarded him the Scholar/Athlete of the Year, and the Gatorade Player of the Year (2013-2014).
Harrison was flooded with well deserved awards in his last year at Stanford. Here is some of the most sincere awards:
James W. Lyons Award -This annual award recognizes and honors current students of the Stanford community for their exceptional service and contributions made through a variety of departments, teams, clubs, residences and community projects on and off-campus.
Class of 2018 Outstanding Achievement Award - The Outstanding Achievement Award is given by the Stanford Alumni Association to up to three members of the graduating class whose exemplary undergraduate leadership and volunteer activities have made a significant or unique impact on the Stanford community.
Class of 2018 Stanford Award of Excellence - The Award of Excellence is presented to approximately 10% of graduating seniors who exemplify wonderful dedication to the university. Stanford staff, faculty, coaches, advisors, resident fellows and senior administrators were asked to nominate students who had a truly meaningful impact on the Stanford community.