From Luck to Harnish, the draft began and handle with recently-minted Indiana Colts quarterbacks.

Mr. Irrelevant, the 253rd and final pick from the draft, is Northern Illinois quarterback Chandler Harnish. He set 30 offensive records as part of the Huskies, and joins the National football league record books because the latest inside a lengthy type of last picks.

Paul Salata, former National football league player and 'Irrelevant Week' founder, introduced the pick here Saturday following the seven-round, three-day National football league draft at Radio City Music Hall. Salata states Harnish is going to be Grand Marshall from the unofficial holiday week.

Like a forecasted late-round pick, Harnish was ready for disappointment, telling the Chicago Tribune he thought he'd be drafted within the fifth or sixth round, but was prepared to become a free agent.

He wasn't even thinking about watching the draft.

"It ought to be very laid-back. I'll most likely go golf with a few buddies and family," stated Harnish. "I most likely will not even watch (the draft). It's this type of high-stress atmosphere. You start trading for disappointment whenever you just wallow in it watching everything happen."

No such disappointment. He will get a vacation to Indianapolis, a chair while dining using the draft's No. 1 pick, and also the recognition from the 'Lowsman Trophy.'

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