2017 Panini Elite Draft Picks Football Autograph Short Prints

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By Ryan Cracknell | Hobby Editor

Just because they’re not all numbered, it doesn’t mean that all of the 2017 Panini Elite Draft Picks Football autographs are available in equal quantities.

Panini has released a list of names that are short prints in their first college football product of the season.

Short prints come in two levels. SP cards are limited to 250 or less. SSP cards have no more than 100 copies each.

Short print designations apply to the base versions of the autographs. Parallels are serial numbered.

2017 Panini Elite Draft Picks Football Short Prints

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102 Jabrill Peppers, Michigan Wolverines SSP
103 Malik McDowell, Michigan State Spartans SP
104 Deshaun Watson, Clemson Tigers SSP
105 Leonard Fournette, LSU Tigers SSP
107 Jonathan Allen, Alabama Crimson Tide SSP
110 Dalvin Cook, Florida State Seminoles SSP
112 Mitchell Trubisky, North Carolina Tar Heels SSP
113 JuJu Smith-Schuster, USC Trojans SP
114 Tim Williams, Alabama Crimson Tide SP
115 Derek Barnett, Tennessee Volunteers SP
117 Brad Kaaya, Miami Hurricanes SSP
118 Christian McCaffrey, Stanford Cardinal SSP
120 Mike Williams, Clemson Tigers SSP
122 Davis Webb, Cal Golden Bears SSP
123 Carl Lawson, Auburn Tigers SP
132 KD Cannon, Baylor Bears SSP
133 Charles Harris, Missouri Tigers SP
140 Chad Kelly, Ole Miss Rebels SSP
143 Isaiah Ford, Virginia Tech Hokies SP
144 Jerod Evans, Virginia Tech Hokies SSP
145 Patrick Mahomes II, Texas Tech Red Raiders SSP
148 John Ross, Washington Huskies SSP
153 Samaje Perine, Oklahoma Sooners SP
154 Corey Davis, Western Michigan Broncos SSP
156 Alvin Kamara, Tennessee Volunteers SSP
160 Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington Eagles SSP
161 Joe Mixon, Oklahoma Sooners SP
163 Jeremy McNichols, Boise State Broncos SP
164 Dede Westbrook, Oklahoma Sooners SP
165 Malachi Dupre, LSU Tigers SP
166 Curtis Samuel, Ohio State Buckeyes SSP
167 Amara Darboh, Michigan Wolverines SP
169 Stacy Coley, Miami Hurricanes SP
176 C.J. Beathard, Iowa Hawkeyes SSP
177 Corey Clement, Wisconsin Badgers SP
178 Zay Jones, East Carolina Pirates SSP
182 DeShone Kizer, Notre Dame Fighting Irish SSP
183 Donnel Pumphrey, San Diego State Aztecs SP
184 Kareem Hunt, Toledo Rockets SP
191 Marlon Mack, South Florida Bulls SP
194 Brian Hill, Wyoming Cowboys SSP
214 Taco Charlton, Michigan Wolverines SP
229 Jamaal Williams, BYU Cougars SP
234 Marshon Lattimore, Ohio State Buckeyes SP
237 D’Onta Foreman, Texas Longhorns SSP
247 Joseph Yearby, Miami Hurricanes SSP
248 Takkarist McKinley, UCLA Bruins SP
261 Carlos Henderson, Louisiana Tech Bulldogs SP
269 Randall Goforth, UCLA Bruins SSP

Comments? Questions? Contact Ryan Cracknell on Twitter @tradercracks.

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Ryan Cracknell

A collector for much of his life, Ryan focuses primarily on building sets, Montreal Expos and interesting cards. He's also got one of the most comprehensive collections of John Jaha cards in existence (not that there are a lot of them). Got a question, story idea or want to get in touch? You can reach him by email and through Twitter @tradercracks.

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  1. Richard 10 April, 2017 at 20:27

    They still have not learned.
    If they would only release actual print runs like playoff contenders they could get people trying to chase “the” short print.

    • Ryan Cracknell 11 April, 2017 at 09:33

      Panini has taken a similar SP/SSP approach with Contenders for several years now. It has been a while since exact print runs have been released.

  2. Goodballcards 11 April, 2017 at 12:07

    Hopefully the reason some players have more or less cards is because they started throwing out stickers that weren’t signed properly…wishful thinking :) :) :)

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