Panini America Offers Detailed First Look at 2015 Prizm Collegiate Draft Picks Football
Panini America will make a little hobby history with the late-May release of 2015 Prizm Collegiate Draft Picks Football. For the first time ever, the company’s popular Prizm technology will be unleashed on college football’s greatest legends and hottest 2015 NFL draft picks. And as you’ll see in the preview gallery below, the results should be as impressive as the collegiate superstars dotting the checklist.
Each hobby box of 2015 Prizm Collegiate Draft Picks Football (five cards per pack, 12 packs per box) will deliver two autographs, 24 Draft Picks, four Prizms, one Stained Glass insert and three additional inserts. As is the case with any Prizm product, the colorful parallels (including Camo, Purple Flash, Blue, Tie-Dye, Red White & Blue, Gold and Green & Black) will likely standout as this release’s calling cards.
But thanks to a stacked autograph lineup and an array of compelling inserts, fans and collectors will be chasing much more than Prizm rainbows. To be sure, 2015 Prizm Collegiate Draft Picks Football’s highlights are many and include . . .
- Autographs of the top 2015 NFL draft picks in the All-Americans, Draft Picks and Team Trademarks, all featuring limited parallel versions.
- The Alumnus Autographs insert features current NFL stars in their college uniforms, including the likes of Andrew Luck, Drew Brees, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Tony Romo, Odell Beckham, Jr., Richard Sherman and Marshawn Lynch; the insert is bolstered by limited Prizm parallels.
- The stunning Stained Glass insert (featuring both current NFL stars and top 2015 draft picks) and die-cut chases such as D-Fence and Helmet Die-Cuts.
We’ll have more to share on 2015 Prizm Collegiate Draft Picks Football in the coming weeks right here on The Knight’s Lance. But for now, here’s an extended first glance at the product:
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