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Mr. Irrelevant: Justice Cunningham Drafted By Colts With Last Pick In 2013 NFL Draft

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Justice Cunningham of the South Carolina Gamecocks celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the Kentucky Wildcats during their game at Williams-Brice Stadium on October 8, 2011 in Columbia, South Carolina. | Getty Images

Mr. Irrelevant has arrived.

The final pick of the 2013 NFL Draft is in and the Indianapolis Colts have selected Justice Cunningham. A tight end out of South Carolina, Cunningham was the 48th selection of the seventh round and the 254th pick overall.

The Colts also had the honor of making the final selection in last year's draft, designating quarterback Chandler Harnish as Mr. Irrelevant 2012. Harnish was waived by the Colts during the 2012 season but has since re-signed and will compete with Matt Hasselbeck for the back-up QB gig in 2013.

Whether or not Cunningham can stick with the team like his increasingly relevant predecessor, he will be invited to be the guest of honor at the latest Irrelevant Week, an annual charitable event in Newport Beach, Calif.

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