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Three-star Houston safety Cameron Phillips inks with Sun Devils

Building that back end with a three-star safety

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On January 25, safety Cameron Phillips decommitted from SMU. Thirteen days later, he inked himself in as a member of Herm Edwards’ squad in Tempe.

Phillips was deciding between between ASU and its Pac-12 foe Utah before choosing the Sun Devils on National Signing Day. The Houston, Texas native is rated as a three-star by both 247Sports and ESPN.

The 6-foot-2, 180-pound safety from Clear Lake High School visited Tempe on January 26, just a day after decommitting from SMU.

In his senior season at Clear Lake, Phillips recorded 82 tackles, including 22 solo. Now, tackles aren’t the best indicator of a defensive back’s talent, but Phillips did record 13 pass deflections in 2017.

Here are his highlights from last season: