A 70-80 (or more) catch season for Baylor sophomore WR K.D. Cannon in 2016 is "is well within range", per ESPN's Travis Haney.
Baylor sophomore WR K.D. Cannon caught four passes for 40 yards in Tuesday's 49-38 triumph versus UNC in the Russell Athletic Bowl.
Baylor sophomore WR K.D. Cannon caught five passes for 210 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's 45-35 win over previously-undefeated Oklahoma State.
Baylor sophomore WR K.D. Cannon hauled in four catches for 108 yards and a touchdown on Thursday against Kansas State.
Baylor sophomore WR K.D. Cannon hauled in three catches for 104 yards and a touchdown in Friday's 56-21 victory over SMU.
Baylor sophomore WR K.D. Cannon is "not just a "track guy"" in the eyes of NFL Media analyst Chad Reuter.
Baylor WR K.D. Cannon returned to practice in pads on Monday.
Baylor sophomore WR KD Cannon "is quickly becoming one of the nation's most dangerous deep threats," notes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
NFL Media names Baylor sophomore WR KD Cannon and sophomore WR Corey Coleman their most explosive athletes in College Football.
Baylor sophomore WR KD Cannon "can fly" and is a "perfect fit" for a Bears offense that "relies heavily on spacing and downfield passing," according to Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Baylor sophomore WR KD Cannon has clocked a 10.37 second 100-meter dash and "is an athletic freak," according to NFL Media.
Bleacher Report's Greg Wallace writes that there's "little doubt [Baylor sophomore WR KD Cannon will] be an impact receiver in the NFL."
ESPN's Max Olson ranked Baylor as having the No. 1 receiving corps in the Big 12.
The Biletnikoff Award on Tuesday announced that 12 players have been added to its watch list, including Baylor’s KD Cannon and West Virginia’s Kevin White.