Collectors will never have to remember Julio Jones’ rookie year.
He wears it on his back.
Number 11 may have “arrived” in the NFL in 2011, but probably the year he truly did so. As a first round pick, he’s always been on the radar but it may be breakout time for Julio Jones football cards too.
Injuries cost Jones 15 games over his first four seasons but in 2014 he caught 104 passes for 1,593 yards, serving notice that his prime was at hand. In 2015, he led the league in receptions and yards. If not for injuries, he would have at least 1,000 yards in every season of his career.
Jones rookie cards are many and cost depends on scarcity, but with rare exception, they have yet to really explode. Some higher-end, low numbered autographed rookie cards still sell for $250 or less–while higher population signed rookies are still under $50.
Which Jones cards are the ‘most watched’ on eBay right now? Take a look at the live list below.