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Trey Quinn, a wide receiver out of Southern Methodist University, became Mr. Irrelevant XLIII as the 256th pick of the 2018 by the Washington Redskins. In his rookie season, Quinn played in 4 games for the Redskins where he had 9 receptions for 75 yards. He was also a finalist for top touchdown celebration of the year at the 2018 NFL Honors. In his college career, Quinn started all 13 games for the Mustangs in 2017, when he led the nation with 8.8 receptions per game. He compiled a team-high 114 receptions (SMU single-season record) for 1,236 yards (4th all-time at SMU) and 13 touchdowns (2nd at SMU). He ranked fourth nationally in receiving touchdowns, 21st in receiving yards and 10th in receiving yards per game. Quinn was also a standout receiver in high school. He stands as the national all-time career leader in receiving yards with 6,566 in four seasons at Barbe in Louisiana and holds the Louisiana state record for career receptions (357) and receiving yards (6,566). He also threw a no-hitter in the opening round of the 2008 Little League World Series in Williamsport, PA.