Marcus Cannon Scouting Report
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NFL Draft > 2011 Prospects > OT > Marcus Cannon

Marcus Cannon Scouting Report

Position: OT
Conference: Big12
School: TCU Horned Frogs
Year/Status: Drafted
Jersey Number: #61
Height & Weight: 6'6 - 350 lbs.
Drafted 5.7 in 2011 by NE

2011 NFL Combine Results
40-Yard Dash5.26
Bench press33
Vertical jump30.5
Broad jump8'9
Three-cone drill8.07
20-yard shuttle4.97

2011 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:
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Marcus Cannon, OT, TCU

When any college football fan thinks about TCU, it is their defense that comes to mind first…and rightfully so. However, the Horned Frogs did not go to a BCS Bowl in 2009 and are eyeing another one this season just because of their defense. The offense may not be dynamic, but they are smart and control the game. In order to do that, TCU relies very heavily on their offensive line and nobody in purple is more important to the offensive line than tackle Marcus Cannon.

After serving as a backup as a redshirt freshman in 2007, Cannon stepped into a starting role at right tackle in 2008. He was often a very dominant player and saved his best outing for the Poinsettia Bowl against Boise State. By 2009, Cannon took over just about every game; he did not allow a sack all season and went up against some very good defensive ends. Cannon made the move to left tackle in 2010 and he could play either spot at the next level.

At 6-6 and 350 pounds, Cannon is a big lineman who has enough athleticism to move his feet and stop the more nimble ends. Cannon could sneak into the first round, but he is more likely a second or third round selection at this point. Yet, for a second or third rounder, he is a very polished blocker who has the ability to immediately help any NFL team.

Last Updated Nov-05-2010 by Joel Welser

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