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Name: Jadon Canady 
College: Tulane     Number: 28
Height: 5-11   Weight: 180
Position: CB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: So/2025

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: NAC



 Jadon Canady, Tulane, Player News

  08/11/22 - CB Jadon CanadySo/2025, Tulane, 5-11, 180 (DS#999 CB) + More +

  After excelling as a freshman nickelback last year, Tulane's Jadon Canady is preparing to start at cornerback this fall but still could log time at his old spot. Versatility is the buzzword as the coaches look for dramatic improvement from a secondary that played a significant role in the Green Wave finishing 115th in the nation in pass efficiency defense and 120th in yards allowed (271.2 per game). Canady, who intercepted Oklahoma's Spencer Rattler on the second play of his career, is one of several defensive backs training at more than one position. Macon Clark, a starter at free safety for all 12 games in 2021, is getting some time at nickelback along with Lance Robinson, who started the final three games at cornerback.

Standing pat was not an option after Tulane's disappointing season. "We're playing guys at multiple spots so we can get the best personnel on the field depending on the down and distance," second-year defensive coordinator Chris Hampton said. "We need better overall awareness. We are doing a lot of situational football (in practice), and the guys have really taken ownership." It starts with Canady, one of the few defensive pluses in the first half of last season before the unit improved down the stretch. His 54 tackles ranked fourth on the team, and he has added 20 pounds to get to 180 on his formerly slender frame. - New Orleans Times Picayune


(DS#999 CB) So/2025 CB Jadon CanadyTulane
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