2018 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about HARRISON PHILLIPS: Stanford, 6032 307 5.20. Junior entry and two-year starter at nose tackle in the Cardinal 3-4 defense. From Omaha, NE. Was a two-year all-conference mention in the Pac 12 and made some All-America teams this past fall. Was the 2013 Nebraska Gatorade Player of the Year. The long-armed, strong-handed defender led his team in tackles in 2017. The quicker than fast tackle has above average athletic ability, explosiveness, and knee bend. Quick to read and react to blocking schemes. Powerful upper body strength leading all linemen on both sides of the ball with 42 reps of 225 pounds, despite his long arms. Tough run defender. Quick to diagnose play after controlling his blocker. Feels pressure and reacts on the move. Reacts quickly to angles, traps, and combination blocks. Makes plays all over the field with a sense of urgency, intensity, and functional playing speed. Plays with an elevated set of shoulder pads at times. Presses the pocket, driving centers back on their heels. A disruptor in the backfield. Athletic and active with quick hands. Likes to use a club and arm over rip move. May wear himself out by third downs. Will be a powerhouse if he gets a blow and time to catch his breath. Projects as a solid starter in a 4-3 defense and a huge asset stopping the run. People will make all kinds of excuses why he can’t play (see Kyle Williams) and all he will do is come in and start as a rookie. 2017 stats: 102 T, 16.5 TFL, 7 sacks, 6 QBH, 2 FF, 1 BK. Edge speed:left 2.15, right 2.11. OSR:5/ 22. Second/third round. (A-33 7/8, H-10 3/8, BP-42, 10-1.82).