Phil Haynes
Phil  Haynes

RS Senior

Raleigh, NC

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 310



Anderson, Haynes Named to Outland Trophy Preseason Watch List

The Outland Trophy is presented annually to the top interior lineman in the country


Dortch, Haynes Named to Preseason All-ACC Team

Greg Dortch received the fifth-most votes for ACC Player of the Year


Football Elects 2018 Captains

Ryan Anderson, Phil Haynes, Cade Carney, Cameron Glenn, Chuck Wade, Jr. and Willie Yarbary were named 2018 captains


Phil Haynes - Weekly Press Conference - Oct. 20

Phil Haynes meets with the media on Oct. 20, 2015, ahead of Wake Forest's home game against NC State.

Phil Haynes Profile

Elected a team captain for 2018 ... Named to 2018 preseason fourth team All-ACC by Athlon.

2017 (Redshirt Junior)
Named Third Team All-ACC ... Third Team All-ACC by Phil Steele ... Started 12 of 13 games as a redshirt junior and was on the field for 815 snaps ... Blocked for Wake Forest’s record-setting offense that set school marks for total offense yards and points in a season ... The O-line reduced sacks allowed by 49 percent over 2016 ... Suffered an injury in the first half against Utah State (9/16) ... Missed the Appalachian State game but returned and started vs. Florida State (9/30) ... Left the Georgia Tech game (10/21) after 43 snaps due to a minor injury ... Nominated for ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week vs. Syracuse (11/11) ... Graded out at 93 percent vs. the Orange as the Deacons set a school record with 734 total offense yards ... Played 108 snaps in the Belk Bowl win over Texas A&M (12/29).

2016 (Redshirt Sophomore)
Starter at right guard in all 13 games in 2016 ... Was one of just two offensive linemen to start all 13 games along with Ryan Anderson ... Had the highest grade on the offensive line in the Military Bowl win over Temple ... Graded out second-best on the line against Army West Point, Louisville and Tulane ... Earned his second varsity letter ... On the field for 866 snaps, the third-most among offensive linemen ... Saw a season-high 85 snaps at Indiana ... Also topped 80 snaps against Delaware and Temple.

2015 (Redshirt Freshman)
Started at RT in his first college football game and had 78 snaps against Elon ... Started each of the first nine games at right tackle ... Had 713 total offensive snaps in 2015 ... Season-high 89 snaps vs. Florida State (10/3) ... Moved to guard during spring practice 2016.

2014 (True Freshman)

High School
Spent his first three seasons at North Raleigh Christian and his senior year at Virginia Episcopal School in Lynchburg ... Primarily a basketball player, he was a late comer to football ... Was a defensive end in high school ... Earned his degree from Raleigh Enloe High.

Son of Betty Capers ... Born Oct. 19, 1995 ... Majoring in communication.