Every year in the NFL Draft, there are seven rounds of 32 selections and 32 compensatory picks—256 in all. Also, every year, the last player chosen in the draft is given the honorary title as Mr. Irrelevant. While sounding like a negative moniker, the honor of being Mr. Irrelevant is twofold.
First, you are forever enshrined deep in NFL lore. Second, you earn the honor of being drafted even though you may never actually play in the NFL.
Whether it's considered an honor or a curse to be named Mr. Irrelevant, there is always one. Every once in a while, he gets his chance in the limelight. Here, then, are who we at Bleacher Report feel are the Top Five Mr. Irrelevants of all time.