From The Athletic, which gives high odds on drafting a HS pitcher, both because that's where value likely to be found and because the development staff does better with pitchers. Says the prior guys used analytics to identify safe college picks and this didn't do well for them at top of draft.
"They went with “safer” college picks at the top of their drafts. Some within the organization criticized the analytical-based model as being too rigid. Others believed the Phillies didn’t stick to the model as they should have and it cost them. Whatever the case, the Phillies were chasing trends and it was never clear what they prioritized. Some argued the Phillies themselves did not know. " My sentiments -- almost exactly.
Now they are looking higher ceiling, but still using analytics.