So what has Cannon been up to since the NFTC? "Just getting ready for the state track meet this weekend starting Thursday in Austin," said the flyer Cannon.
"I'm running in the 100 and 200 (meters). Our football team did start spring football about two weeks ago but I have not been in that while waiting on state for track."
Cannon has nothing to prove but coaches passing through during the evaluation period would love to see what we all saw in Allen at the NFTC.
Cannon has offers from Oklahoma State as well as Baylor, Clemson, Florida State, and you could stop right there as those are all schools that put out top wideouts in college football. He's also hearing from Miami, Nebraska, OU, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, and West Virginia.
"I haven't really thought about recruiting," added Cannon. "I'm really focused on track. No, I don't have any other offers."
Cannon also said as of right now he does not have any definite plans for the summer. Track and winning state are his primary focus.