P.J. Phillips

HS Grad 2005
Age 31 and 0 mos
Age on 2005 Draft 18 and 8 mos
Position(s) SS  
Ht/Wt 6-3, 170 lb
B/T R/R
School  Redan
Hometown  Stone Mountain, GA USA
Summer Team  Sports Tech Stars
Fall Team  same
MLB Draft 
Round 2 by Angels  in 2005
National Rank - Class of 2005 
Ranking Last Updated: Jun 06, 2005
Overall
56
Position - SS
NA
GA State Rank - Class of 2005 
Ranking Last Updated: Jun 06, 2005
Overall
NA
Position - SS
NA
GPA
2.8
SAT
--
ACT
--

4 yr Commitment
Georgia 

College(s) interested in
Florida State 
Georgia 
Miami 
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PG Grades

Best PG Grade
10
6/18/2004
Latest Showcase Report
2004 National Showcase   Jun 18, 2004
PG Grade: 10
P.J. Phillips is a tall lean athletic 6'2/170 SS from Stone Mountain, GA. P.J. is the younger brother of Indians infielder Brandon Phillips. He’s a thin elite athlete, but he can really generate bat head speed. If Phillips starts adding strength and smoothes out his infield actions, he could be a match for his talented brother or maybe better. He runs well and has a Big League SS arm. He has good quick hands and he projects off the charts. The tool that really sticks out is his amazing power potential. A player his size should not be able to hit easy tape measure long balls with a wood bat, but that is exactly what he does. It's a real easy looking swing that creates serious power bat speed and leverage. He is a highest level college prospect and maybe even more a highest level pro prospect. Scouts will follow him very closely. P.J. was selected to the AFLAC All American Team.

Best PG has recorded

Percentile Rank among grad class in the recorded year

60 6.98 sec
6/18/2004
89.44% Rank
best 6.23  avg 7.45
 (2005 class in 2004)

best 6.23  avg 7.44
 (2005 class)
IF 88 mph
6/18/2004
97.60% Rank
best 92  avg 77
 (2005 class in 2004)

best 92  avg 77
 (2005 class)
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