Mr. Irrelevant 2013: What You Need to Know About Last Player Picked in NFL Draft

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Mr. Irrelevant 2013: What You Need to Know About Last Player Picked in NFL Draft
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The Indianapolis Colts held the Mr. Irrelevant pick for the second year in a row, and on Saturday the team used the final selection (No. 254 overall) of the 2013 NFL draft on former South Carolina Gamecocks tight end Justice Cunningham.

A celebration of Mr. Irrelevant will occur during the 38th annual "Irrelevant Week," which takes place in early July in Newport Beach, Calif., and functions as a charity event in addition to celebrating Cunningham's unique draft status (h/t IrrelevantWeek.org).

GM Ryan Grigson and Co. took two tight ends early in the draft last year, which makes Cunningham's chances of making the final roster a bit more difficult. However, there are plenty of aspects to like about his game.

What follows is what you need to know about Cunningham—from general information to how his talents will ultimately translate to the NFL level.

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