"Earlier today I got a call from Coach (Ron) English telling me that they are going to have to put the (visit) on hold," Langridge said. "Coach English said they wanted to monitor his progress this semester and see what panned out with his academics."
Cannon, one of the top defensive prospects in the San Francisco area, made nine interceptions as a junior. If he's going to play Division I football next season, Cannon will have to get some things done academically.
"We were trying to work a situation out where he comes out for a visit but as of right now nothing is going to happen because his grade situation is kind of wait and see," Langridge said.
"He needs to take care of some classes this semester before he is considered eligible."
Langridge said Cannon has scored 960 on his SAT but is currently a few core courses short of the required 16 needed for freshman eligibility.
"It's more a core course problem," Langridge said. "His SAT is pretty good but he's short of his 16 core classes and that has to be taken care of this semester."
"That's kind of where it's at right now – on hold," added Langrdige. "It looked like it was going to happen quickly with (Louisville) but now nothing is going to happen with him until the end of the semester."
Langridge said Cal and Oregon are also monitoring Cannon's academic progress this semester.