This product has been out for awhile now, but this is my first break of it or the first time I have put my hands onto it other than Rodney Hamptons I have picked up.
So I was curious how it was to break a box, so let's check it out.
There are 200 are in the base set. Built up of veterans,
There are ton of parallels to find in this product. TONS. I think I counted 22 for Rodney Hampton which is insane and by the way I have narrowed my Hamptons down to 3.
There is both paper parallels for the players and a chromed (Premium as they call it) parallel as well. That's why there is so many. Here is the breakdown of the overall look of parallels,
PARALLEL CARDS: Red /299, Orange /199, Yellow /165, Green /100, Blue /50, Indigo /25, Violet /10,and Black 1/1.
PREMIUM EDITION PARALLELS: Base, Silver, Ruby /100, Sapphire /50, Bronze /35, Gold /25, Diamond /10, and Platinum 1/1.
Hall Of Famer Ed Reed that's numbered to 199
Inserts have the following parallels, Green /100, Blue /50, Indigo /25, and Black 1/1.
Other hits not found in my box include
- Futures Dual Patch Autographs
- Futures Ink Combos
- Rookies Premium Penmanship
I do like the fact that Panini included players on both the base set and autograph checklist that you don't see everyday anymore including Rodney Hampton. That's a plus in my book.
The overall appeal of the product isn't too shabby, I just wished I was more of a college football guy. It's the only thing that really doesn't excite me about it. If this was a later season release it would be much more exciting.
I strongly recommend using Midwest Box Breaks for your breaking needs. They are always hitting the big pulls so if they are breaking this, you could put yourself in a good spot. They also SHIP ALL CARDS! Get what you pay for!
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