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Nick Bosa Rookie Cards

Top 3 Nick Bosa rookie cards

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Nick Bosa, the dynamic defensive end from the San Francisco, certainly made an impression in his rookie season on his way to the Super Bowl game, which also made Nick Bosa rookie cards a little more popular.

It’s no surprise then that, even while superstar quarterbacks like Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson get all the attention in the hobby, Bosa is growing in popularity too.

Here are our picks for the top 3 Nick Bosa rookie cards to collect with links taking you to the listing on eBay for more details or to bid / buy.

1. 2019 Contenders Autograph Rookie Card

Here’s a popular set for football rookie card collectors.

And Bosa has one that comes in various parallels and a couple of image variations with some of the rare ones already valued at more than $1,000.


2. 2019 Panini Prizm Rookie Patch Autograph Card

For a rookie card that comes with an autograph and a relic patch, this Panini Prizm card is pretty affordable.

It is a sticker autograph though if that’s something that bothers you.


3. 2019 Panini Plates and Patches Rookie Autograph Card

Another option for those looking to add a rookie patch autograph card of Bosa is the one found in the Panini Plates and Patches set.

The relic patch is also a decent size and it comes in different rare parallels as well.


MORE INFO ON NICK BOSA: Nick Bosa has established himself as one of the most dominant defensive ends in the league.

After graduating from high school, Bosa committed to playing college football for Ohio State University. During his time at Ohio State, he became a two-time first-team All-American and was named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year in 2018.

Bosa also played a crucial role in helping Ohio State win the Big Ten Championship in 2017 and reaching the College Football Playoff in both 2017 and 2018.

Bosa then declared for the 2019 NFL Draft and was selected as the second overall pick by the San Francisco 49ers. Bosa didn’t disappoint in his rookie season who finished with nine sacks, 47 tackles, and one interception, which helped him earn the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year award.


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