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Football Recruit Highlights: Reese Phillips

Highlight reel featuring UK recruit Reese Phillips: quarterback from Signal Mountain, Tennessee

Two-year all-state quarterback at Signal Mountain (Tenn.) High School … Led team to a 7-4 record as a senior and an appearance in the Tennessee Class AAAA state playoffs … Completed 172 of 274 passes for 2,274 yards, 15 touchdowns and only three interceptions to earn all-state honors from the Tennessee Sports Writers Association … District Player of the Year … Was named the MVP of the Tennessee High School East/West All-Star Classic after going 10-for-10 for 95 yards and a touchdown … Led the East to a 41-20 win, setting a record for most points in the all-star game … Solid junior season as a first-year starting quarterback, throwing for 1,895 yards, 21 TDs and four interceptions while completing 71 percent of his passes … Was named a first-team all-state performer in 2011 by Tennessee Sports Writers Association … Started at tight end and defensive back as a freshman and sophomore, including sophomore campaign which saw Signal Mountain win the Class AA state championship with a 14-0 record (SMHS competed in 4A during his junior and senior seasons) … Known for a strong arm and consistent accuracy … Coached by Bill Price … "Reese is a very intelligent kid with a work ethic that is tremendous," Price said.  "He has a very strong arm and his accuracy is a big plus." … A two-year all-district performer in baseball, playing shortstop and pitching …Junior year pitching stats featured a 7-1 record with an 0.85 earned run average, striking out 60 in 49 innings of work … Honor-roll student and member of the Beta Club … Reese's grandfather, Harry, and great uncle, Dick, were members of the football team at Georgia.



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