Found May 06, 2013 on Double Coverage Football:
With both of us on the road last week Jimmy reminded me that we accidentally skipped an annual Highlight Monday tradition: spotlighting the last guy picked in the NFL Draft. This year's honor goes to South Carolina tight end Justice Cunningham, who the Colts grabbed with the 254th pick in last weekend's draft. Cunningham was anything but irrelevant in Columbia, where he snagged 23 catches for 324 yards and was named a captain last season. Enjoy the practice squad, brother... (Photo: Getty)
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