#DACWPulls: A foursome of football rookies

We’re only a few days into the new year, but we’ve already seen plenty big hits from our customers in 2016.

Even with the regular season in the rear view mirror there are still plenty of collectors enjoying many of the 2015 football releases. One of the reasons for their popularity has been the 2015 rookie class that has excelled on the field this year. Here’s some of the rookie hits we’ve seen during the first days of 2016.

2015 Topps High Tek Football has been a fun product to open with the different base card patterns and a stacked autograph checklist. It’s also a great deal as Dave & Adam’s is currently offering it at a special sale price.

One of our Twitter followers, Adam, and his son picked up a box of High Tek from our store on their way from Syracuse to a Buffalo Bills game, and pulled something that had them cheering before the game even started.


Great rookie auto redemption of Marcus Mariota. Even with an injury shortened season he still remains one of the more popular rookies for collectors.

Brett e-mailed us a pair of rookie hits he recently pulled from a case of 2015 Topps Valor Football he purchased from us on eBay.

index2index Brett was pumped to pull the Jeremy Langford Eye Black rookie auto that was numbered 2/2. He also got a Todd Gurley relic auto numbered out of 75. If you’re looking to grab a box of Valor, then you’ve come to the right place because Dave & Adam’s offers the “Best Price on the Planet”.

Devonta Freeman was a rookie in 2014, but we’re including him in the post anyway because of the great season he had for the Falcons.


TWIZZLE757 from Twitter found this Freeman rookie patch auto (#’d 7/10) in a box of 2014 Panini Rookies & Stars Football he purchased from us during a recent holiday sale. You can still buy a box of Rookies & Stars from us for less than $30, and find your own Freeman rookie (or Beckham, Watkins, Carr, etc…).

Want to see your hits featured in an edition of #DACWPulls? Tweet them to us (@DACardworld) or send them to [email protected]

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