"Mr. Irrelevant" is the nickname associated with the last overall pick in the NFL Draft. Coined in 1976, the "winner" receives a weeklong party in Newport Beach, Calif., plus a parade and the "Lowsman Trophy."

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1976: KELVIN KIRK
College: Wide receiver, Dayton
Drafted: 17th round, No. 487 overall by Pittsburgh
NFL: Never played

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1977: JIM KELLEHER
College: Running back, Colorado
Drafted: 12th round, No. 335 overall by Minnesota
NFL: Never played

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1978: BILL KENNEY
College: Quarterback, Northern Colorado
Drafted: 12th round, No. 333 overall by Miami
NFL: Threw 105 touchdowns in nine season with Kansas City; was a Pro Bowl selection in 1983; named the "Mr. Irrelevant" replacement when Lee Washburn injured his back and could not attend training camp.

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1978: LEE WASHBURN
College: Guard, Montana State
Drafted: 12th round, No. 334 overall by Dallas
NFL: Never played

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1979: MIKE ALMOND
College: Wide receiver, Northwestern State
Drafted: 12th round, No. 330 overall by Pittsburgh
NFL: Never played

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1980: TYRONE McGRIFF
College: Guard, Florida A&M
Drafted: 12th round, No. 33 overall by Pittsburgh
NFL: Played in 36 games over three seasons for Steelers.
(McGriff is No. 61, located in center of this photo)

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1980: KEVIN SCANLON
College: Quarterback, Arkansas
Drafted: 12th round, No. 332 overall by the Rams
NFL: Chosen as the replacement when Tyrone McGriff chose to play in the CFL before coming back to Pittsburgh.

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1981: PHIL NELSON
College: Tight end, Delaware
Drafted: 12th round, No. 332 overall by the Raiders
NFL: Never played

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1982: TIM WASHINGTON
College: Defensive back, Fresno State
Drafted: 12th round, No. 334 overall by San Francisco
NFL: Appeared in two games in 1982, one for the 49ers and one with the Kansas City Chiefs.

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1983: JOHN TUGGLE
College: Running back, California
Drafted: 12th round, No. 335 overall by the Giants
NFL: Appeared in 16 games (5 starts), and totaled 255 all-purpose yards and one touchdown.

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1984: RANDY ESSINGTON
College: Quarterback, Colorado
Drafted: 12th round, No. 336 overall by the Raiders
NFL: Never played

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1985: DONALD CHUMLEY
College: Defensive tackle, Georgia
Drafted: 12th round, No. 336 overall by San Francisco
NFL: Never played

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1986: MIKE TRAVIS
College: Defensive back, Georgia Tech
Drafted: 12th round, No. 333 overall by San Diego
NFL: Never played

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1987: NORMAN JEFFERSON
College: Defensive back, LSU
Drafted: 12th round, No. 335 overall by Green Bay
NFL: Appeared in 14 games in two seasons as a return man and d-back for the Packers.

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1988: JEFF BEATHARD
College: Wide receiver, Southern Oregon
Drafted: 12th round, No. 333 overall by the Rams
NFL: Never played

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1989: EVERETT ROSS
College: Wide Receiver, Ohio State
Drafted: 12th round, No. 335 overall by Minnesota
NFL: Never played

1990: DEMETRIUS DAVIS
College: Tight end, Nevada
Drafted: 12th round, No. 331 overall by the L.A. Raiders
NFL: Never played.

1991: LARRY WANKE
College: Quarterback, John Carroll
Drafted: 12th round, No. 334 overall by the Giants
NFL: Never played.

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1992: MATT ELLIOTT
College: Center, Michigan
Drafted: 12th round, No. 336 overall by Washington
NFL: started 34 of 63 games over four seasons with the Redskins and Carolina Panthers (above, uniform No. 52)

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1993: DARON ALCORN
College; Kicker, Akron
Drafted: 8th round, No. 224 overall
NFL: Never played, but did kick 100 field goals in eight years in the Arena League.

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1994: MARTY MOORE
College: Linebacker, Kentucky
Drafted: 7th round, No. 222 overall by New England
NFL: Played in 112 games in eight seasons and won a Super Bowl with New England in his final season (2001).

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1995: MICHAEL REED
College: Defensive back, Boston College
Drafted: 7th round, No. 249 overall by Carolina
NFL: Lasted two seasons in Carolina, appearing in three games and totaling two tackles.

1996: SAM MANUEL
College: Linebacker, New Mexico State
Drafted: 7th round, No. 254 overall by San Francisco
NFL: Never played.

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1997: RONNIE McADA
College: Quarterback, Army
Drafted: 7th round, No. 240 overall
NFL: Never played.

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1999: JIM FINN
College: Running back, Pennsylvania
Drafted: 7th round, No. 253 overall by Chicago
NFL: Played seven seasons, three with Indianapolis and four the Giants. In 106 games, he caught 60 passes for 423 yards and 1 TD, and carried the ball 11 times for 30 yards.

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2000: MICHAEL GREEN
College: Defensive back, Northwestern State
Drafted: 7th round, No. 254 overall by Chicago
NFL: Green played eight seasons in the NFL, six with the Bears, and had 4 interceptions, 6 sacks, 7 forced fumbles and 8 fumble recoveries.

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2001: TEVITA OFAHENGAUE
College: Tight end, BYU
Drafted: 7th round, No. 246 overall by Arizona
NFL: Never played

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2002: AHMAD MILLER
College: Defensive tackle, UNLV
Drafted: 7th round, No. 261 overall by the Giants
NFL: Miller, above left, never played in an NFL game.

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2003: RYAN HOAG
College: Wide receiver, Gustavus Adolphus
Drafted: 7th round, No. 262 overall by Oakland
NFL: Hoag bounced around with 5 NFL teams but never appeared in a game. He was a contestant on Season 4 of ABC's "The Bachelorette."

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2004: ANDRE SOMMERSELL
College: Linebacker, Colorado State
Drafted: 7th round, No. 255 overall by Oakland
NFL: Never played

2005: ANDY STOKES
College: Tight end, William Penn
Drafted: 7th round, No. 255 overall by New England
NFL: Never played.

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2006: KEVIN McMAHAN
College: Wide receiver, Maine
Drafted: 7th round, No. 255 overall by Oakland
NFL: Never played a regular-season game.

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2007: RAMZEE ROBINSON
College: Cornerback, Alabama
Drafted: 7th round, No. 255 overall by Detroit
NFL: Robinson, who played in 26 games with four teams over three seasons, totaled 22 tackles, 1 pass defensed and 1 fumble recovery.

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2008: DAVID VOBORA
College: Outside linebacker, Idaho
Drafted: 7th round, No. 252 overall by St. Louis
NFL: Vobora started 16 of the 34 games he has appeared in through three seasons and recorded his first two sacks in 2010. Vobora played in six games in for the Seahawks in 2011.

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2009: RYAN SUCCOP
College: Kicker, South Carolina
Drafted: 7th round, No. 256 overall by Kansas City
NFL: As the Chiefs' kicker from 2009-11, Succop is 69-for-85 on field goals (81.2 percent) and perfect on all 91 extra-point attempts.

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2010: TIM TOONE
College: Wide receiver, Weber State
Drafted: 7th round, No. 255 overall by Detroit
NFL: Toone was signed to the Lions' practice squad in 2010 but has yet to appear in a game. He is with the Denver Broncos heading into the 2012 season.

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2011: CHETA OZOUGWU
College: Defensive end, Rice
Drafted: 7th round, No. 254 overall by the Houston Texans
NFL: Ozougwu did not appear in any games in 2011.

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2012: CHANDLER HARNISH
College: Quarterback, Northern Illinois
Drafted: 7th round, No. 253 overall by the Indianapolis Colts

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2013: JUSTICE CUNNINGHAM
College: Tight end, South Carolina
Drafted: 7th round, No. 254 overall by the Indianapolis Colts

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2014: LONNIE BALLENTINE
College: Safety, Memphis
Drafted: 7th round, No. 256 overall by the Indianapolis Colts

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2015: GERALD CHRISTIAN
College: Tight end, Louisville
Drafted: 7th round, No. 256 overall by the Arizona Cardinals

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2016: Kalan Reed
College: Cornerback, Southern Mississippi
Drafted: 7th Round, 253rd Overall

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2017: Chad Kelly
College: Quarterback, Ole Miss
Drafted: 7th Round, 253rd Overall

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2018: Trey Quinn
College: Wide receiver
Drafted: 7th Round, 256th Overall

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