2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about KD CANNON: Baylor, 5110 182 4.41. Junior entry from Mount Pleasant, TX. Three-year starter. Eats up the cushion off the line of scrimmage with good stride and acceleration. Smooth strider. Creates separation when running away from corners. Accelerates with ease and has good long speed to go over the top of the defense. Big play threat all the time. Has explosive leaping ability. Will climb over a corner’s back and snatch the ball in 50/50 ball scenarios. Makes solid adjustments to the ball while on the run. Defensive backs fear his speed and give him a sizable cushion making underneath routes easy at times. Better at deeper routes then shorter routes, has good ability to work inside corners putting them on his outside hip. Average size and frame. Average size hands and hands strength. Doesn’t get chest down and feet underneath on stop routes. Has focus drops. Average route strength. Doesn’t attack or drive on the ball when running underneath routes. Will let the ball get into his body on the catch too often. Will run out of bounds on sideline catches often. Doesn’t overly involve himself in the play if it’s not called for him. Burst on the college scene as a freshman setting first year player Baylor school receiving records in receptions, yards, and touchdowns. This big play prospect earned all-conference honors the next 3 years. Cannon has enough speed and ability for some teams to be a wide receiver two on the outside. Needs underneath route running work and more consistent hands. 2016 stats: 87-1215, 14 ypr, 13 TD. OSR:18/60. Fourth/fifth round. (A- 30 3/4, H-8 7/8, VJ-37, SS-DNP).