What is a surprise is how recruiting has somewhat slowed for the dynamic receiver. He still holds offers from TCU, Texas, Baylor, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Texas Tech and West Virginia but he hasn't added to that list for quite some time.
"LSU is showing me interest lately, they've shown a lot actually," he said. "Texas Tech, Baylor, Texas and TCU have come by the school. They're telling me to keep my grades up and to keep a level head. Texas came by last Thursday or Friday."
Cannon says Baylor is showing the most interest at the moment but he's not in any hurry to name a favorite. He knows every option he has at the moment is a good one based by their performances this season.
"All the teams had a great season this year, some started off bad and finished good but they all had pretty good seasons this year," he said.
The 6-foot-1, 165-pounder had an invite to attend TCU's game against Kansas State but was unable to attend. He has caught a few of their games on T.V. however and said the Frogs' win over Texas was an eye opener.
"I saw them play on T.V., it was a real big win for them, a real big win," Cannon said of TCU's win over Texas.
Playing time is one of the bigger factors Cannon is looking at when deciding which school to choose; the earlier the better. That's one plus TCU has at the moment after his conversations with receivers coach Trey Haverty.
"He's telling me that I have a great chance to come in and start as a true freshman," he said. "That's a big factor because I want to come in and start right off the bat early or at least have a chance to."