NFL Draft 2011: Who Will Be Mr. Irrelevant?
Every year, the final pick of the National Football League Draft is honored as Mr. Irrelevant. It's a bit of a bittersweet thing -- there's a certain ignominy in being taken last, but at least you're one of the 250+ players who are actually taken, instead of being relegated to trying to catch on as a free agent.
Last year, that player was Weber State wideout Tim Toone, who was selected by the Detroit Lions with the 255th and final pick.
So, who's this year's Mr. Irrelevant going to be?
Here's one guess: Marc Schiechl, the defensive end for the Colorado School of Mines, a Division II school. He ended his career as the Division II career sacks leader with 46. Schiechl is a pretty good player, but the operative word in all this is .... Division II. We'll have to see how NFL teams respond to that next weekend.
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