Betting Odds on What Position Will This Year's Mr. Irrelevant Be

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Don Shapiro
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Mr. Irrelevant is the nickname given to the NFL player drafted with the final pick and this year BetOnline has this designated player favored to be a quarterback paying out $300 for every $100 bet.


Recent Mr. Irrelevants


Desjuan Johnson, DE, Los Angeles Rams
Pick No. 259
College: Toledo


Brock Purdy, QB, San Francisco 49ers
Pick: No. 262
College: Iowa State


Grant Stuard, LB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Pick: No. 259
College: Houston


Tae Crowder, LB, New York Giants
Pick: No. 255
College: Georgia


Caleb Wilson, TE, Arizona Cardinals
Pick: No. 254
College: UCLA


Trey Quinn, WR, Washington
Pick: No. 256
College: SMU


Chad Kelly, QB, Denver Broncos
Pick: No. 253
College: Ole Miss

Kalan Reed, CB, Tennessee Titans
Pick: No. 253
College: Southern Miss


Gerald Christian, TE, Arizona Cardinals
Pick: No. 256
College: Louisville


Lonnie Ballentine, S, Houston Texans
Pick: No. 256
College: Memphis

Most Famous Mr. Irrelevant

That would obviously be Brock Purdy, who would go on to start as quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers and lead his team to lead his team to last year's Super Bowl, losing to the Kansas City Chiefs in overtime.

Most successful Mr. Irrelevant?

That honor goes to kicker Ryan Sucoop, Mr. Irrelevant in 2009, who as a member of the Kansas City Chiefs tied the NFL record for highest field goal percentage by a rookie in a season (86.2%).

Sucoop would later join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where he became the first Mr. Irrelevant to play in and win a Super Bowl as a starter.

This Year's Mr. Irrelevant Position Prop Bet

Quarterback pays $350 for every $100 bet.

Defensive line / edge pays $500.

Offensive lineman pays $600.

Wide receiver pays $750.

Cornerback pays $900.

Linebacker pays $900.

All odds are courtesy of BetOnline

- Don Shapiro,

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