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Cannon can go anywhere today. If teams like him enough, even with his diagnosis of cancer, he could go early but more likely he will be a 6th-7th round pick.
Cannon dropped from 358 to 349 at the combine, solidifying his dedication to improve his overall physique.
Cannon showed he has quick feet in drills and even posted a solid 5.20 in the 40-yard dash.
Right guard is the biggest hole on the Eagles offensive line, especially with the inconsistent play of both Max Jean-Gillies and Nick Cole.
Cannon could even play tackle if needed, as that was his college position at TCU.
Cannon was a dominating tackle, toying with opposing defensive ends at college.