A.J. CANN RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Pick: Round 3 – No. 67 Overall | A.J. Cann | GuardThe Jacksonville Jaguars went towards another one of their needs in selecting A.J. Cann out of South Carolina. At 6’3”, 313 lbs Cann will be a bit of project for the Jaguars along the offensive line. Cann is a mauler and can handle his reads in the run game however, he is far less polished in protection which is an attribute...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) The Jacksonville Jaguars have selected South Carolina guard A.J. Cann in the third round of the NFL draft.
It was a somewhat expected move considering Jacksonville allowed a franchise-record 71 sacks last season.
General manager Dave Caldwell made it clear that upgrading the offensive line - and protecting franchise quarterback Blake Bortles - was an offseason...
Via AP on Fox
20 days ago
And with the third pick in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars pick AJ Cann, Guard of South Carolina.
I have been waiting to do that.
Even with the Jaguars improvements on the offensive line in the offseason with signing Jeremy Parnell to play right tackle and grabbing Stefen Wisniewski to compete for center with Luke Bowanko, you can never have too much...
With the NFL Draft right around the corner much of the focus for the Oakland Raiders is on two positions, wide receiver and defensive end. It’s understandable considering the fact that both of those positions are in serious need of an upgrade. But besides those two positions, there is a third position that is equally in desperate need of an upgrade and that’s right guard. The...
A.J. Cann, Offensive Guard, University of South Carolina
Height: 6’3″ (From Combine)
Weight: 313 lbs (From Combine)
Trait Notes:Footwork – C+Hand Usage – CAwareness – B-Strength and Leverage – B-Run Blocking – C+Pass Blocking – C+Consistency – C+Overall Current Grade – C+ Overall Ceiling Grade – B
Footwork and movement skills:
Cann shows good...
It’s safe to say that the 2014 season hasn’t gone to plan for the “Ole Ball Coach” and the South Carolina Gamecocks. After recovering from a horrible opening week loss to Texas A&M with an upset victory over Georgia, Steve Spurrier’s team lost in consecutive weeks to Missouri and Kentucky. Once presumed a contender, the Gamecocks are a long way from returning to the...
The 2014 college football season kicks off in 178 hours and counting. For South Carolina, preparation for Texas A&M began on Monday, meaning the coaches have a good idea of how the depth chart will look and what to expect from their respective units on August 28th. Since practices have been closed for the last two weeks however, those of us in the general public and the media...
HOOVER, Ala. -- The SEC announced its individual and team choices for preseason media awards on Thursday, with representatives from Alabama, Auburn, South Carolina and Georgia receiving the lion's share of accolades.
And to no one's surprise, the Crimson Tide were tabbed as the clear favorite to win the SEC West title and subsequent conference championship.
For divisional votes,...
The SEC announced its preseason media all-conference teams and predicted order of finish today, and the Kentucky Wildcats got virtually no love. Alabama was voted the favorite to win the SEC, followed by Auburn, South Carolina and Georgia. UK was picked last in the East.
The media also voted for the order of finish in each division:
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It is one of the hottest topics in college sports, so any big media event, like this week’s SEC Media Days, will bring questions about paying college athletes. While most players and coaches, depending on their level of candor, will dance around this delicate subject, South Carolina’s A.J. Cann seems to take after his head coach Steve Spurrier a bit.
The All-SEC guard and Gamecocks...