K.D. Cannon talks training, newest offers 

March, 24, 2013
DUNCANVILLE, Texas -- Speed may best define ESPN Watch List wide receiver K.D. Cannon (Mount Pleasant, Texas/Mount Pleasant). His hands may be a close second. His outstanding 4.37-second 40-yard dash time and his 104 catches for 1,597 yards and 25 touchdowns support that.

What Cannon has been working on, recently, has been how to overcome size mismatches against larger defenders in the secondary. At 6 foot and 170 pounds, Cannon knows at the next level, he will up against cornerbacks and safeties who are 15 or 20 pounds heavier -- and just as quick.

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Max Olson/ESPNWatch List wideout K.D. Cannon recently picked up offers from Florida State, Nebraska and Arizona.
Cannon’s been working with the Dallas-area Quick Twitch skills clinic series to improve. The sessions have allowed him to adjust against the bigger athletes he’ll line up against at the BCS level.

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