Top NFL pick Eric Fisher doesn’t have many cards yet

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By Susan Lulgjuraj | Beckett Football Editor

The Kansas City Chiefs chose offensive tackle Eric Fisher with the first pick of the NFL Draft. Fisher is just the fourth OT to be taken first overall since 1936, according to the NFL website.

While a need for the Chiefs, it’s not a sexy pick for collectors looking to invest. Tackles don’t normally drum up a lot of interest when it comes to collecting. These are the type of players that Chiefs fans would collect.

But they might have a hard time finding his cards.

Many of the draft prospects have cards in Leaf, Sa-Ge, Upper Deck and Press Pass, but Fisher has just six cards on the market.

By the way, Luke Joeckel, another OT, went second to the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Eric Fisher checklist (View full checklist  here)
2013 Leaf Draft #88
2013 Leaf Draft Autographs #BAEF1
2013 Senior Bowl #22
2013 Upper Deck #128
2013 Upper Deck Black and White #128
2013 Upper Deck Rookie Autographs #128

Previous OT picked number one:

2008: Jake Long OT (Dolphins)
1997: Orlando Pace (Rams)
1968: Ron Yary (Vikings) – Member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Susan Lulgjuraj is an editor of Beckett Football. You can email her here with questions, comments or ideas. Follow her on Twitter here. Follow Beckett Media on Facebook and Twitter.

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