The T206 Honus Wagner may be the ‘holy grail’ for card collectors but there are numerous Wagner cards that are far rarer. Case in point:  the E125 1910 American Caramel die-cuts.  One of only six graded Wagner cards showing the Flying Dutchman in a batting pose is among thousands of cards being offered in the Heritage Auctions Fall Sports Catalog Auction.

Measuring about 7” x 4”, the card was part of a set that included over 40 subjects, not all of which were baseball players.

American Caramel produced a variety of trading cards but in this case, they went a bit off the traditional grid with the die-cut cards that were distributed with the company’s Action Picture caramels.  The cards are so rare, they weren’t really known to most card collectors until the 1960s.

The cards are colorful and came with a stand so they could be displayed as if “in action.” 

The Wagner card offered by Heritage is graded SGC 1 but because of the nature of the product and its fragile nature, it’s rare to find any with high technical grades. Only six Wagner “batting” variations have been examined by SGC and PSA combined.

Players from four teams were part of the set—all eastern franchises, including the New York Giants, Philadelphia Athletics, Boston Red Sox and Wagner’s Pirates, who won the 1909 World Series. Members of the Pirates are referred to as “Champion of the World” on the backs, which also include a team checklist.

Wagner and Tris Speaker have both batting and fielding poses and the batting pose wasn’t known until one was uncovered many years later. 

The backs of some cards in the set indicate they were patented in July 2010 while others say only that a patent had been applied for. The name “P.R. Warren Company” of Lowell, MA is also listed on the back, which likely means they were responsible for production of the cards that would up being distributed by the candy company.

Auction bidding runs through Sept. 29.


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Here’s Your Chance to Receive a One-of-a-Kind Wemby Auto

Join Fanatics for The Ultimate Collector Experience by Topps. All eligible collectors who redeem a 2022-23 Bowman U Chrome Victor Wembanyama Green Parallel Auto redemption card on or before September 8, 2023, will have the opportunity to join us in San Antonio, Texas, on September 23, 2023, for a chance to receive the Wemby Inscribed Auto as their redemption card

Event Details

Stay tuned for even more incredible event details – it’s going to be epic! For those that have already redeemed, you’re in! Someone from the Topps team will be in touch with next steps.

Redeem to Secure Your Spot

Congratulations! You pulled a 2022-23 Bowman U Chrome Victor Wembanyama Green Parallel Auto Redemption Card. Now you need to guarantee your spot for The Ultimate Collector Experience by Topps.

Redeem Your Card to Become Eligible:

  1. Scratch off the code on the back of your Redemption Card
  2. Signup for a topps.com account or log into your current topps.com account
  3. Click on the REDEMPTION link on the left-hand side of the screen
  4. Enter the 10-digit code on the back of your card and click SUBMIT
  5. You must redeem your card by September 8, 2023, to be eligible for this event
  6. By submitting your Wemby Redemption Card, you agree to our Redemption Terms & Conditions and The Ultimate Collector Experience by Topps Terms & Conditions

After you’ve submitted your Wemby Redemption Card code, you will be invited to attend the live, in-person Ultimate Collector Experience by Topps, where you will then be eligible to be randomly selected to receive the 2022-23 Bowman U Chrome Victor Wembanyama Green Parallel “1st Card I Ever Signed” Inscribed Auto. If you are unable to join us in person, you will still be eligible to receive the 2022-23 Bowman U Chrome Victor Green Parallel “1st Card I Ever Signed” Inscribed Auto as your redemption by participating virtually.


  • When and where will the event take place?
    • The event will take place on September 23, 2023, in San Antonio, Texas.
  • Will my travel expenses be covered?
    • Airfare (up to $400) and lodging for you and your guest will be covered. Travel preferences will be considered but not guaranteed. You will be solely responsible for the cost of the hotel accommodations if you choose not to accept lodging. If you accept lodging, you will need to provide a valid credit card for (and be responsible for paying) all incidentals at Check-in. Travel accommodations and hotel booking are non-exchangeable and non-transferable.





"The only constant is change."... Ever since I bought my first One-Cent Pack of Topps Baseball Cards in 1957, that "truism" couldn't be truer.  Actually, change started soon after the first sets of sports cards were produced in the mid-eighteen hundreds.

Dare I say, it started with black and white Old Judge Cigarettes, colorful and artistic Goodwin Champions, Allen and Ginter and a few others. Baseball card collecting was taken a notch up with the most famous of all tabacco cards, the T206 which were included in sixteen different brands of cigarettes of the American Tabacco Company.  To target the younger collector, next came Carmel Candy baseball cards (the many different "E series") and Cracker Jack. Next came gum cards Goudey, Playball and others.

Leaf, Bowman and Topps joined in 1948 and 1949.  In 1956 Topps bought Bowman and there was only Topps baseball. In 1959 Fleer came in to produce cards until 1963.  Topps was then the only company to continually produce cards since 1948.

In 1981 Donruss and Fleer geared up to produce cards.  Through 1988 packs of cards could be bought for no more than 50-cents per pack.  

In 1988 Mr. Richard McWilliam approached my table at a card show in Dallas to show me samples of his new baseball card product, Upper Deck.  When he told me his product would retail for one dollar a pack, I replied "The cards look great, but I don't think the card collecting community is ready for dollar packs."  Mr. McWilliams was a good salesman and I am glad I signed up with Upper Deck and committed to ten 20-box cases of 1989 Upper Deck Baseball.

By 1990, everyone was buying and selling sports cards.  There was as many as three card shows (with 50 to 100 tables) in San Antonio every weekend.  

It was easy money.  You could just place binders full of cards on the table, sell boxes and packs of cards and sell up to $3000 a day at a card show. Remember, packs were just 50-cents and only upper deck was a dollar. Of course, we had older packs and boxes.  The 1986 Fleer Basketball with the Michael Jordan's RC was $80 a box.

In 1991 we opened our Brick and Mortar Shop, Sports Cards Plus during the height of the "Junk Wax Era."  We were one of 52 card shops in San Antonio.  There were 18 card shops within three miles of our store.

It was not easy money.  People would drive from shop to shop to try to save a dollar or two.  Most collectors waited for the weekly card shows to get the best deals possible. If I sold $800 in a day, that was a huge day.

In the last 32 years, I've seen card shops open and close mostly because they couldn't compete with the big internet dealers.  The internet also begot a new phenomenon, "Group Breaking" which added to the brick and mortar shop's challenges.  It was a case of adjust, carve out your own niche or fail.

Sports Cards Plus is a family business.  I've been selling cards since 1982 and my sons and daughters joined me at card shows since 1988, then my card shop in 1991. Now, my adult grandchildren have joined our staff in the last few years.  

Our moto is "You get more for your money at Sports Cards Plus." 

--- Our prices are at or below the Big Internet Dealers and we offer "Volume Discounts" for additional savings.  

--- We offer our loyal customers a free table at our monthly "Card Show in The Shop." 

--- We have daily contests where customers can win up to $1000. 

--- We go big on all the manufacturer's promotions.  We gave back $14,400 store credit in the "2022 Topps Chrome MVP Buyback Program."

--- We go to all the major trade shows to search for the next great product and network with the major players in our industry.

--- We have the largest selection in all of Texas.  We don't limit your choices to just the "current products."

--- We are here to share our knowledge.  We want you to be happy with what you purchase.

--- We don't open any product. We want you to get the case hits and for that matter, the best ever hits for every product.

--- Winner of Sports Collector's Digest Mikey Award for 2022 Card Shop of The Year.

Card Shop Of The Year – Sports Cards Plus in San Antonio 

Sports Cards Plus looks forward to the next 32 years.



 Victor Wembanyama is now set to begin his NBA career with the San Antonio Spurs, after they won the NBA draft lottery and the No. 1 overall pick on Tuesday night.  The 7-foot-3 French 19-year-old is one of the most highly touted prospects in NBA history and will be expected to make an immediate impact on the league.

And he had a message for San Antonio.

“I’m trying to win a ring ASAP,” Wembanyama told ESPN after the lottery results. “So be ready.”

It’s the third time the Spurs have won the lottery, and on both previous occasions they made picks that paid off for decades. They chose David Robinson in 1987, Tim Duncan in 1997, and those selections were a major part of how the Spurs became a team that won five NBA titles under coach Gregg Popovich.

“Our future was already bright,” Spurs managing partner Peter J. Holt said. “Now, it’s going to be through the moon.”

Popovich and the Spurs have had incredible success with international players in the past — most notably, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker, who owns the French team that Wembanyama played for last season.

“He’s an incredible young man,” NBA Commissioner Adam Silver told ESPN as part of its draft lottery broadcast. “He clearly appears to be a generational talent.”

Wembanyama finished his regular season with Boulogne-Levallois of France’s top pro league earlier Tuesday, his 22-point effort good enough for him to clinch the league’s scoring title. It was shortly past 2 a.m. Wednesday in Paris when the lottery results were revealed, and Wembanyama was gathered with family and friends for a celebration.

“Can’t really describe it,” Wembanyama said in his interview with ESPN, adding “it’s a really special moment.”

Wembanyama is wrapping up his third professional season in France and has been the consensus top pick for months. He has the height of a center, the shooting touch of a wing and the passing ability of a point guard.

He wasn’t at the lottery because of his game schedule in France. But many of the other top prospects — Scoot Henderson of the G League Ignite, Brandon Miller of Alabama, twin brothers Amen and Ausar Thompson of the Overtime Elite program — were in the room to watch the lottery results get unveiled and get a little better idea of where they may be heading to start their NBA careers.


The 2022-23 Bowman Inception University checklist brings together college prospects from both basketball and football. Like other Inception releases dating back more than a decade, there’s a big focus on autographs. Outside of the base set, all other cards have signatures.

Consisting of 100 cards, the base set isn’t a huge one. When you take into account that it covers multiple sports, the concentration of key names is even more apparent. This is a product that is licensed so players are in uniforms and school logos are used.

Over a dozen parallels are available, all of which are numbered to 99 or less. That said, many of these use the same color for two different versions, likely changing up a pattern on the front as well.

The largest part of the 2022-23 Bowman Inception University checklist is the Base Autographs. At 190 cards, it’s almost double the size of the base set.

Other signature themes include Bowman U Top of the Class Autographs (/100), Primordial Prospects Autographs (/99), Short Print Inception Autographs (/10), and Class of 2023 Die-Cut Autographs (1/1).

Swatches are added to the mix in Inception Autograph Dual Relics (/99), Inception Autograph Jumbo Relics and Inception Autograph Nameplates.

2022-23 Bowman Inception University is the first product to have Victor Wembanyama autographs. Iowa standout Caitlin Clark also has autographs in the product.




In an effort to say thanks to our many customers in the San Antonio area, Texas, the United States and The Entire World, we vow to continue to improve your collecting experience at Sports Cards Plus.  We will provide you with all your favorite products at LOW, Low, low prices and provide you a rewarding experience when you choose to open your purchases in our store.

Our goal is to ensure you agree "You Get More For Your Money at Sports Cards Plus." Throughout 2023, you will find MORE CASH PRIZES, MORE FREE GIVEAWAYS, and MORE SMILES on your faces when you shop at Sports Cards Plus.

Because of you, our many customers, Sports Cards Plus is now in our 31st successful year of providing a family-friendly collecting/shopping experience.  Recently we were honored by Sports Collector's Digest Mikey Awards, named "Card Shop Of The Year" for 2022.  And we will continue to improve in 2023.

As most of you know, we are a family business.  I am joined by my son and adult grandchildren, dedicated to share our sports collecting knowledge with everyone who enters our store.  We want you to be happy with your purchases, so we take the time to help you navigate the complexities of the sports collecting world.

Over the last 31 years, I have done my best to represent you, the collecting community at Manufacturer's Conferences/Summits/Meetings.  I am on good terms with all the manufacturers and several distributors, and have their ear when discussing my customer's issues and wants.

Here is a short list of Sports Cards Plus efforts

--- First Card Shop to host Beckett Raw Card Review in 2010

--- First Card Shop to be named Card Shop of The Month by Beckett

--- First Card Shop to be named Card Shop of The Month by Upper Deck

--- Speaker at several "Sports Card Industry Summits," and "Topps Conferences"

--- Winner of the 2015 Panini NBA $75,000 Hobby Shop Makeover for selling the most NBA packs in the entire United States.

--- Gave customers $12,940.00 store credit in the 2022 Topps Chrome MVP Buyback Program.

--- Home Away From Home for Spurs Nation France.

--- Winner of Sports Collector's Digest Mikey Award for 2022 Card Shop of The Year.

Card Shop Of The Year – Sports Cards Plus in San Antonio 

I have had the pleasure of knowing SCP’s owner Charlie DiPietro for close to two decades.  He is a great family man who does a ton for his collectors.  His card shop was previously recognized by winning a NBA Hobby Shop Makeover promotion.  I had the pleasure of visiting Charlie’s shop before it won this opportunity and it looked great even before the $75,000 improvement prize and appearance by San Antonio’s own David Robinson.

I’m giving Charlie and his staff this recognition, because of being broken in more times than any other shop owner I know of, he continues to make taking care of his collectors his focus.  This year I’ve taken delight in seeing many criminals who have broken into shops finding justice for their acts.  I just hope eventually I get the same joy I seeing those who torment Charlie also get their day in court. 

I’ve seen numerous promotions with on the spot cash prizes for pulling chase cards from participating products.  He recently gave away $2500 to his collectors as part of a New Year’s promotion and his December prizes alone topped $5,000.  It’s great to see shops go out of their way to reward their collectors and he’s seemingly always doing so.

Take a peek at the SCP Facebook page and you can see how much of a priority he make his collectors.




2022 Bowman’s Best University Football is the follow up to the highly successful 2022 Bowman Chrome University Football. The product includes current collegiate players in their full uniforms with school logos.

Keeping in line with the Bowman’s Best brand, the designs takes a bolder approach compared to Chrome. This includes both the base set and the checklist’s many inserts.

Hobby Master boxes have a pair of six-pack mini boxes. Each Master box includes two autographs and a dozen parallels.

2022 Bowman’s Best University Football Overview

2022 Bowman's Best University Football Green Refractors JJ McCarthy
The 100-card base set includes active collegiate players. Done on chromium stock, the look is big and bright.

The many Refractors only add to that. The rainbow includes:

  • Refractors – 1 per pack
  • Shimmer Refractors – 1:12 packs
  • Mini-Diamond Refractors – /299
  • Purple Refractors – /250
  • Aqua Lava Refractors – /199
  • Blue Refractors – /150
  • Aqua Lava Refractors – /100
  • Green Refractors – /99
  • Green Mini-Diamond Refractors – /99
  • Gold Lava Refractors – /75
  • Gold Refractors – /50
  • Orange Refractors – /25
  • Red Refractors – /10
  • Red Lava Refractors – /5
  • Superfractors – 1/1

Autographs and Inserts

Most of the signatures on the 2022 Bowman’s Best University Football checklist are found in Best of 2022 Autographs. Parallels include:

  • Refractors
  • Blue Refractors – /150
  • Green Refractors – /99
  • Gold Lava Refractors – /75
  • Gold Refractors – /50
  • Shimmer Refractors – /25
  • Red Refractors – /10
  • Red Lava Refractors – /5
  • Printing Plates – 1/1
  • Superfractors – 1/1

Dual Chrome Autographs (/25) and Triple Chrome Autographs (/15) add some multi-signature content. Both of these also have Red Lava Refractors (/5) and Superfractors (1/1).

A half-dozen other insert sets are also on the 2022 Bowman’s Best University Football checklist.

2022 Bowman's Best University Football Gunslingers Caleb Williams
Gunslingers and Bandits use a die-cut design that’s inspired by the Old West. The idea behind these is to pair up the NCAA’s top quarterbacks with the best defenders. Landing 1:12 packs, there’s approximately one per hobby box.

Others include Campus Captains (1:3 packs), Fight Song (1:6 packs), Neon Neophytes (1:6 packs) and Bowman Masterpieces (1:18 packs). All of these have Shimmer Refractors, Lava Refractors (/50), Orange Refractors (/25) and Superfractors (1/1).

Select cards for Bowman Masterpieces, Fight Song, Gunslingers and Bandits, and Neon Neophytes also have autograph versions numbered to 99. Shimmer Refractors (/25) and Superfractors (1/1) are also available. Gunslingers and Bandits, and Neon Neophytes Autographs also have Lava Refractors (/50).

Rounding out the inserts is Constellations of Greatness, which are extremely scarce. At 1:480 packs, they’re approximate 1:40 boxes or every fifth case. Superfractors (1/1) are the only standard parallels here. Autographs have 10 copies plus Superfractors (1/1).

 2022 Bowman’s Best University Football Autographs

Best of 2022 Autographs Checklist

75 cards.


  • Refractors
  • Blue Refractors – /150
  • Green Refractors – /99
  • Gold Lava Refractors – /75
  • Gold Refractors – /50
  • Shimmer Refractors – /25
  • Red Refractors – /10
  • Red Lava Refractors – /5
  • Printing Plates – 1/1 (each has Black, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow versions)
  • Superfractors – 1/1

BA-AA Andrel Anthony, The University of Oklahoma
BA-AD Akeem Dent, Florida State
BA-AO Aiden O’Connell, Purdue
BA-AR Anthony Richardson, Florida
BA-AS Austin Stogner, The University of Oklahoma
BA-BC Blake Corum, Michigan
BA-BK Brant Kuithe, Utah
BA-BN Bo Nix, Oregon
BA-BO BJ Ojulari, LSU
BA-BR Bijan Robinson, Texas
BA-CM Cade McNamara, Iowa
BA-CR Cam Rising, Utah
BA-CT Clayton Tune, Houston
BA-CW Caleb Williams, USC
BA-CWA Cameron Ward, Washington State University
BA-DF Dequan Finn, Toledo
BA-DJ Domani Jackson, USC
BA-DT Dallas Turner, Alabama
BA-DTR Dorian Thompson-Robinson, UCLA
BA-DU DJ Uiagalelei, Oregon State
BA-ER Eli Ricks, Alabama
BA-EW EJ Williams, Indiana University
BA-GM Graham Mertz, Florida
BA-HH Hendon Hooker, Tennessee
BA-HT Henry To’o To’o, Alabama
BA-IA Israel Abanikanda, Pittsburgh
BA-IN Isaiah Neyor, Texas
BA-IR Isaac Rex, BYU
BA-JA Jordan Addison, USC
BA-JAA Jayson Ademilola, Notre Dame
BA-JB Jermaine Burton, Alabama
BA-JC Junior Colson, Michigan
BA-JD Josh Downs, UNC
BA-JE John Emery, LSU
BA-JF Julian Fleming, Ohio State
BA-JG Jahmyr Gibbs, Alabama
BA-JH Jaren Hall, BYU
BA-JL JC Latham, Alabama
BA-JR Jayden Reed, Michigan State
BA-JSA Jack Sawyer, Ohio State

BA-JT Jordan Travis, Florida State
BA-JUA Justin Ademilola, Notre Dame
BA-KAM Kool-Aid McKinstry, Alabama
BA-KB Kayshon Boutte, LSU
BA-KJ KJ Jefferson, Arkansas
BA-KM Kenny McIntosh, Georgia
BA-LD Logan Diggs, Notre Dame
BA-MS Maason Smith, LSU
BA-MT Mitchell Tinsley, Penn State
BA-ND Nathaniel Dell, Houston
BA-NS Nolan Smith, Georgia
BA-NSI Nick Singleton, Penn State
BA-PJ Phil Jurkovec, Pittsburgh
BA-PT Payton Thorne, Michigan State
BA-RB Ronnie Bell, Michigan
BA-RD Re’Mahn Davis, Kentucky
BA-RH Ryan Hilinski, Northwestern
BA-RJ Rakim Jarrett, Maryland
BA-SB Stetson Bennett, Georgia
BA-SH Sam Hartman, Notre Dame
BA-TB Tyler Buchner, Notre Dame
BA-TG Tony Grimes, Texas A&M
BA-TH Traeshon Holden, Oregon
BA-TS Trenton Simpson, Clemson
BA-TT Tavion Thomas, Utah
BA-TZH Ta’Zhawn Henry, Houston
BA-WA Will Anderson, Alabama
BA-WL Will Levis, Kentucky
BA-WS Will Shipley, Clemson
BA-WW Winston Wright, Florida State
BA-XH Xavier Hutchinson, Iowa State
BA-XV Xazavian Valladay, Arizona State
BA-XW Xavier Worthy, Texas
BA-ZE Zach Evans, Ole Miss
BA-ZH Zach Harrison, Ohio State

Bowman Masterpieces Autographs Checklist

6 cards.


  • Shimmer Refractors – /25
  • Superfractors – 1/1

BM-1 Dillon Gabriel, The University of Oklahoma /99
BM-2 Bryce Young, Alabama /99
BM-3 Tyler Buchner, Notre Dame /99
BM-4 Caleb Williams, USC /99
BM-5 Jordan Addison, USC /99
BM-6 Bo Nix, Oregon /99

Constellations of Greatness Autographs Checklist

15 cards.


  • Superfractors – 1/1

COG-1 Bryce Young, Alabama /10
COG-2 CJ Stroud, Ohio State /10
COG-3 Will Anderson, Alabama /10
COG-4 Phil Jurkovec, Pittsburgh /10
COG-5 Caleb Williams, USC /10
COG-6 Will Levis, Kentucky /10
COG-7 Tyler Van Dyke, Miami /10
COG-8 Jordan Addison, USC /10
COG-9 Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Ohio State /10
COG-10 Stetson Bennett, Georgia /10
COG-11 Bo Nix, Oregon /10
COG-12 Dillon Gabriel, The University of Oklahoma /10
COG-13 Anthony Richardson, Florida /10
COG-14 Jalen Carter, Georgia /10
COG-15 Kelee Ringo, Georgia /10

Dual Autographs Checklist

5 cards.


  • Red Lava Refractors – /5
  • Superfractors – 1/1

DA-GM Dillon Gabriel / Marvin Mims, The University of Oklahoma /25
DA-RB Stetson Bennett / Anthony Richardson, Georgia / Florida /25
DA-SS CJ Stroud / Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Ohio State /25
DA-WA Jordan Addison / Caleb Williams, USC /25
DA-YA Will Anderson / Bryce Young, Alabama /25

Fight Song Autographs Checklist

14 cards.


  • Shimmer Refractors – /25
  • Superfractors – 1/1

FS-1 Bryce Young, Alabama /99
FS-3 Stetson Bennett, Georgia /99
FS-4 Caleb Williams, USC /99
FS-5 Dillon Gabriel, The University of Oklahoma /99
FS-7 Anthony Richardson, Florida /99
FS-8 Jordan Travis, Florida State /99
FS-9 Jaxson Dart, Ole Miss /99
FS-10 Will Levis, Kentucky /99
FS-13 Jordan Addison, USC /99
FS-14 Bo Nix, Oregon /99
FS-15 Sean Clifford, Penn State /99
FS-16 JJ McCarthy, Michigan /99
FS-18 Nick Singleton, Penn State /99
FS-20 Jahmyr Gibbs, Alabama /99

Gunslingers and Bandits Die-Cuts Autographs Checklist

15 cards.


  • Lava Refractors – /50
  • Shimmer Refractors – /25
  • Superfractors – 1/1

GB-1 Caleb Williams, USC /99
GB-2 Dillon Gabriel, The University of Oklahoma /99
GB-5 Stetson Bennett, Georgia /99
GB-6 Will Levis, Kentucky /99
GB-8 Bo Nix, Oregon /99
GB-9 Hendon Hooker, Tennessee /99
GB-10 Will Rogers, Mississippi State /99
GB-13 Jordan Battle, Alabama /99
GB-14 Kelee Ringo, Georgia /99
GB-15 Eli Ricks, Alabama /99
GB-16 Bryce Young, Alabama /99
GB-20 Trenton Simpson, Clemson /99
GB-22 Graham Mertz, Florida /99
GB-24 Jaren Hall, BYU /99
GB-25 Cam Rising, Utah /99

Neon Neophytes Autographs Checklist

17 cards.


  • Lava Refractors – /50
  • Shimmer Refractors – /25
  • Superfractors – 1/1

NN-1 Caleb Williams, USC /99
NN-2 CJ Stroud, Ohio State /99
NN-3 Bryce Young, Alabama /99
NN-4 Stetson Bennett, Georgia /99
NN-5 Tyler Van Dyke, Miami /99
NN-6 Jahmyr Gibbs, Alabama /99
NN-7 Trevor Etienne, Florida /99
NN-8 Jordan Addison, USC /99
NN-9 Marvin Mims, The University of Oklahoma /99
NN-10 Will Anderson, Alabama /99
NN-11 Jalen Carter, Georgia /99
NN-12 Maason Smith, LSU /99
NN-13 BJ Ojulari, LSU /99
NN-14 Kelee Ringo, Georgia /99
NN-15 Eli Ricks, Alabama /99
NN-17 Akeem Dent, Florida State /99
NN-18 Jordan Battle, Alabama /99

Triple Autographs Checklist

5 cards.


  • Red Lava Refractors – /5
  • Superfractors – 1/1

TA-ACS Nolan Smith / Jalen Carter / Will Anderson, Georgia / Alabama /15
TA-ASD Jordan Addison / Josh Downs / Jaxon Smith-Njigba, USC / UNC / Ohio State /15
TA-JVB Phil Jurkovec / Tyler Van Dyke / Tyler Buchner, Pittsburgh / Miami / Notre Dame /15
TA-NHW Cameron Ward / Jaren Hall / Bo Nix, Washington State University / BYU / Oregon /15
TA-YSW Bryce Young / CJ Stroud / Caleb Williams, Alabama / Ohio State / USC /15