In this year’s draft, the Redskins acquired the final pick of the draft, known as Mr. Irrelevant. They selected wide receiver Trey Quinn from Southern Methodist University. Originally a transfer from LSU, Quinn made a name for himself by posting 114 receptions, 1,236 yards and 13 touchdowns in his lone season for SMU. Before his success in football, he also threw a no-hitter in the opening round of the 2008 Little League World Series.
Quinn was recently celebrated during ‘Irrelevant Week’ in Newport Beach, California. Since 1976, Irrelevant Week has been the annual celebration recognized by the NFL, that honors this year’s underdog. The festivities included a spin class session, surfing lessons, deep sea fishing and even a trip to Disneyland. Trey Quinn says that being “Mr. Irrelevant” will provide motivation heading into his rookie season. “I think I might be the most relevant ‘Irrelevant’ ever.” Quinn said while participating in the activities. His family and friends are rooting for him to make the Redskins 53-man roster later this summer.
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