2009: Was limited in spring drills but practiced everyday except for the two full contact scrimmages ... Tore his ACL in the same knee the first day of fall camp and was lost for the season.
2008: Played in just two games before suffering a season ending knee injury ... Ended the year with six catches for 68 yards ... Was in on a total of 58 snaps ... Earned three winning grades from the coaches ... Voted the most improved wide receiver in strength and conditioning during the spring ... Collected a personal-best five receptions in season opener against Troy ... Reeled in a 30-yard catch on the opening drive against Maryland and suffered a season-ending knee injury ... Ended his junior campaign with six receptions.
2007: Played in all 12 games and finished with a career-best 15 receptions ... Had 256 snaps played on the season with a high of 32 against WKU ... Earned six winning grades from the coaching staff ... Collected two receptions for 27 yards in the Blue-White game ... Caught a career-best (at the time) two passes at FAU and added his first collegiate touchdown when he returned a blocked punt 32 yards in the fourth quarter ... Named Special Teams Captain for the Louisville contest ... Played 23 snaps against the Cardinals but did not record a reception ... Had a catch for five yards at LSU ... Registered one reception for five yards against WKU ... Tallied two catches for 33 yards in home win over FIU and also had two receptions against Virginia ... Did not have a catch at Memphis ... Had a career long 49-yard reception against Arkansas State for his lone catch ... Blocked his first career punt and recovered it against North Texas to go along with one reception ... Had one reception against ULL to go along with a seven-yard run ... Recorded two catches in season finale at Troy.
2006: Played in seven total games and had two receptions for 19 yards ... Hauled in three receptions for 23 yards for the Blue team in the Blue-White Spring Game ... Played three snaps against FIU, seven at Maryland, and three in win over Tennessee Tech ... Also had an 11-yard reception against TTU ... Did not play against Oklahoma, North Texas, or Louisville due to an injury ... Came back against Louisiana-Monroe with four snaps but did not record a reception ... Was in on two plays at Louisiana-Lafayette ... Did not play in win over FAU and was in on one play at ASU ... Played a season-high 19 snaps against South Carolina ... Had an eight-yard catch in Motor City Bowl against Central Michigan.
2005: Made his first collegiate reception against Akron ... Did not play at Vanderbilt due to a foot injury and did not see any action the rest of the year ... Traveled to all games.
High School: Named a three-star recruit by Max Emfinger ... Posted nearly 2,000 yards receiving during his career at Whitehaven ... Tallied 750 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior to earn honorable mention all-state honors by the Associated Press ... Named all-Shelby-Metro by the Commercial Appeal and all-region by the coaches ... Averaged 20.0 yards on kickoff and punt returns in 2004 ... Participated in the AXA Liberty Bowl All-Star game ... Clocked at 4.4 in the 40-yard dash coming out of high school ... Also ran track for Whitehaven, where he was all-region in the 110 hurdles ... Recruited by Mississippi State, Vanderbilt, Memphis, Arkansas State, Texas Tech, and Bowling Green.
Full Name: Michael Aaron Cannon ... Parent: Sereta Stanley ... Born: 12/1/86 ... Major: Physical Education.