Class of 2017 alum Caleb Phillips has been given the opportunity to continue playing football at the highest level. After a great highschool football career at SFC, Phillps went on to play football at Stanford and most recently finishing his college football career at the University of Hawaii.
Earlier this week Phillips received an invite by the New York Giants to attend Rookie mini-camp which begins on Friday 5/5. Phillips will be given the opportunity to workout with the 2023 draft class and compete for an opportunity to get signed by an NFL team. Phillips becomes the 4th SFC Football alum to continue his playing career at the professional level.
As an SFC Eagle, Phillips had quite an impact on and off the field:
- A three-time all-league first-team pick.
- Named to the San Diego Prep Insider All-San Diego first team in 2016 and Coastal League Defensive Player of the Year in 2015.
- A two-time team MVP.
- A 2016 National Football Foundation scholarship recipient.
- Recorded two 100-tackle seasons – 110 as a senior and 136 as a junior.
- As a tight end, had 514 yards as a senior and 732 yards as a junior
- Member of National Honor Society.
- Eagle Scholarship recipient.
During his three years at Stanford:
- Appeared in 21 career games over three seasons at Stanford University.
- Played primarily as a backup linebacker and on special teams.
- Appeared in all six games in 2020 and all 12 games in 2019.
- Twice named to the Pac-12 All-Academic Honor Roll.
- Also named to the National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society
- Earned a Bachelor's degree in science, technology and society.
Final two Seasons at University of Hawaii
- Played in all 13 games, starting 12 at tight end.
- Recorded 17 receptions for 89 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
- Earned academic All-Mountain West honors.
- Started all 13 games at tight end
- Posted 300+ yards and 3 TD’s on the season
- Selected as 1st Team All-Mountain West
- All-Academic Mountain West Honors
- Earned a Masters Degree in Marketing