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Josh Jacobs top rookie cards

Josh Jacobs and his top 3 rookie cards

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As the only rookie running back to be selected in the 2019 NFL Draft, Josh Jacobs of the Oakland Raiders has certainly performed well on the field in his rookie year.

And while fellow rookie Kyler Murray, quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals, has also played admirably, Jacobs is looking to capture the Rookie of the Year award.

For those looking to invest in Josh Jacobs rookie cards, here are our choices for his top 3 with links provided to bid or buy them on eBay.

1. 2019 Panini Contenders Rookie/Playoff Ticket Autograph Card

The Panini Contenders subset that looks like a game day ticket is popular with football card collectors.

Either the Rookie Ticket or Playoff Ticket variations are a nice addition for anyone looking to add a Jacobs autograph card to their personal collection.


2. 2019 Panini Prizm Autograph Rookie Card

For a more affordable option for autograph rookie card collectors, the Panini Prizm autograph card for Jacobs is a great option.

It also comes in a number of parallel cards with the more rare, low serial-numbered cards having great value.


3. 2019 National Treasures Collegiate Rookie Patch Autograph Card

For collectors looking to add a rookie card featuring Jacobs playing in a college uniform, the National Treasures Collegiate set has a couple of variations to collect.

In addition to an autograph, they also have some pretty nice jersey patches on the card as well.

Plus this set also has parallel versions with the rarer cards having good value.


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