Jameis Winston to NFL: Do you want his cards?

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By Chris Olds | Beckett Sports Card Monthly Editor | Commentary

Controversial Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston is headed to the NFL — and he already has trading cards made by Topps and Upper Deck.

The Seminoles’ baseball and football star has nine cards in the Beckett database — one a 2011 Bowman Perfect Game All-American Classic baseball card, one  a 2012 Topps Under Armour High School All-America football card and the rest from the 2012 Upper Deck USA Football release. There, he has three autograph cards, two memorabilia cards and two standard-card appearances.

Winston was the 2013 Heisman Trophy winner and threw for 7,964 yards with 65 touchdowns and 28 interceptions during two seasons. He’s also a potential No. 1-overall draft pick. With an awful showing in his final game, though, and a college career marked by off-field problems, we ask this …

 

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Chris Olds is the editor of Beckett Baseball and Beckett Sports Card Monthly magazines. Have a comment, question or idea? Send an email to him at colds@beckett.com. Follow him on Twitter by clicking here.

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8 comments

  1. Mark 7 January, 2015 at 10:17

    There will always be a market for Winston (and Manziel for that matter) amongst Heisman collectors. Beyond that, how robust the market for Winston will be will be based more on how he performs in the pros than anything, and that is a potentially very large chapter that has not even been plotted let alone written.

  2. D. Murphy 7 January, 2015 at 11:12

    Mr. Winston has proven his value is useless by his on and off the field spotlight. A true disgrace to the Heisman legacy…He will have to turn around 1,000 percent to achieve a reputable card status, NFL will not tolerate his outburst..so therefore his NFL career will be short lived..

  3. Danielle 7 January, 2015 at 12:02

    Is this another year of Ryan Leaf vs Peyton Manning scenario? For Winston’s sake, I hope he gets his act straightened out or it will be a lackluster pro career!

  4. Mark 7 January, 2015 at 12:42

    I have to take exception with D. Murphy suggesting Winston has proven his value is useless on the field. Have you watched college football?!? On the field, he is top pick talent at the most important position on the field. He has only lost one game in two years as a starter in college. On the field between the white lines has never been an issue with Winston. Now outside the white lines, he has repeatedly shown himself to be a moron that seriously needs to grow up, but don’t underestimate the NFL’s willingness to tolerate Winston’s foibles within obvious limits if he performs on Sundays. For example, the NFL welcomed in Jeremy Hill, and his criminal record is, in my opinion, worse than Winston’s.

  5. Mike Pereira 7 January, 2015 at 16:42

    Atleast Tebow had a job as a college football analyzer after failing out of the league.

    I think Winston will go the same route as Maurice Clarrett. In a game where we see testimonies of past players regretting not being mature enough to play in the NFL you think some will get it. Sadly there will be some Raiders GM that will give this little boy a million dollars and he’ll got sued by the first homeowner that he breaks their mailbox on a drive-by spree.

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