Terrence Phillips Commits to Missouri

Oak Hill's Terrence Phillips commits to Missouri.

For many years, Oak Hill Academy has been a basketball powerhouse program. With many basketball players that would become one of the top college players or one of the best in the NBA league such as Brandon Jennings (Detroit Pistons), Ty Lawson (UNC and Denver Nuggets), Quinn Cook (Duke), Nolan Smith (Duke and Portland Trailblazer), and Rajon Rondo (Kentucky, Boston Celtics, and Dallas Mavericks, Oak Hill never disappoints in making the current players into future superstars. One of them happens to be Terrence Phillips. Phillips is an outstanding, skillful, and one of the top point guards in the nation for the class of 2015. This season has been a defining moment for Phillips as he broke Rajon Rondo's record in the all time leader of assits in Oak Hill's history. In the Marshall County Hoopfest, Phillips set a record with 27 points and 14 steals all in two games. Phillips is no stranger in basketball; especially since he is the younger brother of Piston's point guard and Oak Hill alumni, Brandon Jennings. With the commitment to Missouri Tigers basketball program, Phillips will definitely be a great addition to the program and help the Tigers be a huge factor in the SEC conference. This year has also led Phillips to be named a nominee for the 2015 McDonald's All-American Games. Currently, Phillips and his school, Oak Hill are undefeated this year with a 41-0 record.


Had offers from Auburn, West Kentucky University, East Tennesse State, Georgia State and Loyloa Marymount. Visted Loyloa Marymount and Missouri before committing to Missouri. 2015 McDonald's All-American nominee. Younger brother of Detriot Pistons,