Justice Cunningham was so irrelevant Saturday the announcer initially uttered the wrong name.
No, it's not Justice Hamilton. It's Justice Cunningham.
Indianapolis selected the 6-foot-4, 264-pound tight end from South Carolina with the 254th and final pick in the NFL draft Saturday. Cunningham will be honored with a trip to Disneyland and the Irrelevant Week Parade in Newport...
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April 27, 2013
LAST IS BEST
The NFL Draft has come to a close, which means the most recent Mr. Irrelevant was selected. Find out who received the honor.
Good luck to seven former South Carolina football players as they will be representing the Gamecocks in the upcoming NFL Combine.
The seven Gamecocks that were invited are:
Justice Cunningham - TE
DeVonte Holloman - LB/SPUR
T.J. Johnson - OL
Marcus Lattimore - RB
Ace Sanders - WR
D.J. Swearinger - S
Devin Taylor - DE
Steve Spurrier wonders why the SEC saw fit to suspend D.J. Swearinger for a hit that was eerily similar to the one his tight end, Justin Cunningham, received at Vanderbilt in game one. Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier said he would talk about the suspension at his news conference Tuesday. Spurrier pointed out Sunday that a Vanderbilt player was given a 15-yard penalty but no suspension...
Today there are 87 days until South Carolina Gamecocks kickoff their 2012 season.
87 is the number worn by Justice Cunningham. The senior tight end is originally from Pageland, SC. He is valued as much for his blocking as his catching ability. Over his South Carolina career, he has caught 26 passes for 254 yards. He will figure to be a blocking force on the field as well...