Today we shift our focus to new Houston Texans receiver DeVier Posey. Enjoy the interview and stay tuned to the end for the exclusive world-premiere unveiling of Posey's 2012 Prestige Rookie Card, the first to picture him in his NFL uniform.
Last month during the 2012 NFLPA Rookie Premiere, Panini America’s Tracy Hackler and Scott Prusha took turns sitting down with the 35 superstar rookies in attendance for a series of engaging interviews that will take us right up to the June 27 release of 2012 Prestige Football.
We kicked off our “Countdown to 2012 Prestige Football” interview series a few weeks back with towering Bronco Brock Osweiler, then shifted our focus to native Texan Nick Foles, a college rival of Osweiler’s as the signal caller for Arizona and the newest member of the Philadelphia Eagles.
Today we shift our focus to former Ohio State standout and new Houston Texans receiver DeVier Posey. Enjoy the interview and stay tuned to the end for the exclusive world-premiere unveiling of Posey’s 2012 Prestige Rookie Card, the first to picture him in his NFL uniform.
6 Replies to “Panini America’s “Countdown to Prestige” Interview: Texans WR DeVier Posey”
I must say a couple of things…First…thanks for waiting to put such a tremendous product out on the shelves instead of hurrying up to put out the first NFL licensed rookies like another company..I won’t say names..did and produced one ugly, ugly, ugly cartoonish product. I am so glad you guys pushed off Prestige to have the players in their NFL uni’s. Everytime I see a pic of this product…I drool.
Secondly, great video as always. Its awesome to get a sneak peek of the player and their card.
Thanks, as always, for the kind words, Matt. I’ll certainly pass them along to the folks in Product Development and Design who worked so hard on making this year’s Prestige arguably the best one yet.
Please do. They deserve to be applauded.
Prestige looks awesome this year!! Are you going to post the print runs on the fathers day cards like you did with black Friday?
We’ll try to get that posted in the next few days. Sorry for the delay.
Much like Matt, I am eager to give Panini credit for not rushing a product down the line and out the door simply for the sake of hitting the street first.
Every year I purchase a few boxes of Prestige bc the product has always had some nice game-used autos. This year’s product, however, appears to be really loaded, with improved insert lines. Can’t wait!