Last Updated On: August 14th, 2023
The only thing good about summer coming to an end is that it means football is almost back! And the NFL is in an interesting place, with the old guard of quarterbacks like Tom Brady, Drew Brees, and Aaron Rogers either retired or nearing the end of their careers.
In their place will come a new set of young, talented signal callers. One of the names to keep an eye out for: Justin Fields of the Chicago Bears. In this post, we’re going to complete a thorough deep-dive into Justin Fields rookie cards, from RPAs, Silver Prizms, and everything in between.
While the football season may come and go, football card collecting is a year-round endeavor. So let’s jump in and discuss one of the game’s potential future stars.
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Brief Overview of Justin Fields
Fields was selected 11th overall in the 2021 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears, the fourth quarterback taken after Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence, BYU’s Zach Wilson, and North Dakota State’s Trey Lance went first, second, and third, respectively. He entered the league after an excellent college career with Ohio State (where he transferred after a year at Georgia).
While traditional QBs rely on their arm to get on the scoreboard, Fields is what’s known as a “dual-threat” quarterback. That means he’s capable of running and throwing to make plays. His rookie year, 2021-22, was a bit disappointing, with Fields throwing seven touchdowns against seven interceptions.
But in the 2022-23 season, Fields became one of three quarterbacks to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season (joining Lamar Jackson and Michael Vick), leading all QBs in the NFL with 7.1 yards per rush. Scoring 25 touchdowns that season, nearly one in three (eight) came on the ground.
While his rushing leaves scouts salivating and defenders scrambling, his arm is still seen as a question mark. But just one year ago, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts faced similar concerns, only to lead Philly to the Super Bowl last year.
“I think Fields has a chance,” one coach told The Athletic. “He has a skill set to do it, and then in that division, he has a chance to shine a little bit this year. I’m not giving up on that kid because of the skill set he does have. When you have those legs, if you can fit the right offense around him and give him some skill players, then we’ll see.”
As a result, this could be an excellent time to get in on a Justin Fields rookie card. His value could skyrocket should the former Buckeye have a breakout season.
Rookie Card Overview
By the title alone, you probably know what we’re to talk about. The following section is going to cover just about every Justin Fields rookie card under the sun, beginning with Prizm and Chronicles (as well as a few other brands). Then we’ll dive into a few autographed Justin Fields rookie card options, which could provide some real ROI for one’s collection.
A few notes before we get started: Fields’ jersey number is #1. What this means for the hobby is that his #1 numbered card will carry the most value, simply because collectors like the numbered card to match the player’s jersey. This will be true of every numbered card we discuss, so we’re throwing it up here so we don’t repeat ourselves too much.
What Year did Justin Fields’ Rookie Card Debut?
Justin Fields’ rookie card debuted in 2021, the same year as his rookie season.
Justin Fields Panini Prizm Rookie Card (Best Rookie)
One of the most popular (and most collectible) Justin Fields rookie cards are from his 2021 Panini Prizm set, released in June 2022. His #334 Prizm Base carries a PSA pop count (or population count) over 3,100, with over half of them earning a Gem Mint grade.
Given that relative abundance, Fields’ Prizm Base is worth only around $86, even in PSA 10. But his parallels are where we start seeing some real money come through.
Collectors can find the 2021 Prizm Justin Fields rookie card in either Hobby Boxes or First Off the Line (FOTL) Boxes. The boxes are extremely expensive: both will cost between $750-$2,500 per unit.
Silver Prizm Rookie Card
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before when it comes to Silver Prizm cards: they set the standard in the hobby. And Fields’ Silver Prizm is no different.
With a PSA Pop count well over 1,000, the Silver Prizm Justin Fields rookie card is valued at just under $600 in gem mint condition by CardLadder. But even the PSA 9s carry some solid value: with a Mint count nearing 600 copies, they clock in around $137.
Gold Prizm Rookie Card
If the refractor-finish of the Prizm Silver is a collector’s favorite, it’s fair to say that the Gold Prizm sets, well, the gold standard. It’s not the rarest Prizm parallel (more on that in a moment), but limited to just /10, it’s certainly a scarce commodity.
Despite that rarity, PSA has graded eight of these cards, with none (!) earning a Gem Mint grade. Six have earned a PSA 9 grade, one of which sold for $12,500 in December 2022.
Other Notable Prizm Parallels
It’s important to remember when Justin Fields entered the league and where the hobby was at the time of his rookie season. 2021 was a monster year for the sports card hobby – over 20,000 cards were graded by PSA per day that year, and more than 777,000 total cards graded in December 2021 alone.
As a result of the increased interest in the hobby, it’s not surprising that Panini responded by churning out more Prizm parallels in 2021. In 2020, Prizm printed 38 parallels; in the 2021 Panini Prizm football release, that number swelled to 43.
A few worth mentioning: there are 18 numbered parallels numbered /99 or fewer, including the 1/1 Black Finite Prizm. While we unfortunately don’t have data on the valuation of the Black Finite, the Gold Vinyl Prizm Parallel /5 in PSA 9 sold in March 2023 for $10,100.
A side note: the Orange Wave /60 is a personal favorite, mainly because the orange matches well with the orange accents in Fields’ Bears jersey. It’s not the most valuable Justin Fields rookie card (though an ungraded raw sold for $305 in February 2023 via eBay), but in terms of aesthetic value, it’s tough to beat.
Justin Fields Chronicles Rookie Cards
Next up, we have the seemingly endless slew of Panini Chronicles cards. Unlike Prizm, which is a singular set, the Chronicles line is described as an “anthology-style release [that] takes brands and designs from across the card maker’s portfolio and puts them into one product.”
There are 30 different “brands and designs” included in the 2021 Chronicles football line. These cards are only found in Chronicles 2021 NFL Hobby Boxes.
We’ll only touch on a few of the more famous Justin Fields rookie cards from the Chronicles line, but a full guide can be found here.
While some of the other brands under the Chronicles line carry some value, the same isn’t true of the Chronicles base brand. Fields’ #19 Base Chronicles card comes in 10 parallels, six of which are numbered. PSA has a pop count of 155 for the Base card, valued at around $30 for one in Gem Mint condition. But even the Gem Mint /49 Purple Parallel has a diminished price – it sold for $75 in April 2023.
The rarest of these parallels is the 1/1 Platinum Chronicles card.
Prestige Rookie Card
The next brand under the Chronicles umbrella that we’ll cover is the Prestige Chronicles card. Under the Prestige brand, Fields’ card is #203.
Keep this in mind with the Prestige brand: there are two different versions of this card floating around for rookies. First is a set that includes a portrait of Fields in an Ohio State uniform with Chicago Bears framing. Second is a “Rookie Update” card that actually features Fields in a Bears uniform. As cards featuring players in a college uni are less valuable than the player in a pro jersey, the “Rookie Update” is the better bet in terms of value.
Both versions of the Prestige Base card sold most recently for $45 in PSA 10 August, 2023 – not bad value for a base card.
The Prestige Rookie Update set also includes five parallels, each one numbered.
|2021 Chronicles Prestige Rookie Update Parallels||Numbered to:|
|Red Xtra Points||/199|
|Blue Xtra Points||/99|
|Purple Xtra Points||/49|
|Gold Xtra Points||/10|
|Platinum Xtra Points||1/1|
Luminance Rookie Card
The Luminance brand operates similarly to the Prestige brand: you’ll want to keep an eye out for the “Update Rookies” – also #203.
The Luminance Update Rookies cards come in nine parallels, including five numbered.
|2021 Chronicles Luminance Update Rookies Parallels||Numbered to:|
In terms of value, the graded Luminance cards tend to be on par with the Prestige brand. Fields’ Luminance Rookie Update Base in Gem Mint condition sold for $46 in May 2023.
Flux Rookie Card
The Flux brand doesn’t have the confusing “Rookie Update vs College Jersey” issue of the Luminance and Prestige sets. Flux is a brand that only features rookies – 20 cards in the entire 2021 set – meaning it’s fairly straightforward finding a Flux Justin Fields rookie card.
Fields’ Flux card is #3 and the set comes in eight parallels, seven of which are numbered. The card itself is pretty trippy – the Base is a yellow-orange-puke green combination and is valued at around $30-$45 in Gem Mint condition.
Thank goodness for parallels, which add at least a little more flare (and value) to mask the card’s funky look. The Green Parallel /49 is valued at about $73 in Gem Mint condition by PSA.
The parallels in the Flux brand are serially numbered as follows:
|2021 Chronicles Flux Rookies Parallels||Numbered to:|
Score Rookie Card
If you thought we were done with the “Rookie Update vs College Jersey” distinction, think again. The Score Justin Fields rookie card comes in both an Ohio State jersey version, and a Chicago Bears “Update Rookie” version. Keep in mind the college uni card (#59) is actually part of the Chronicles Draft Picks set, while the Score Update Rookie in a Bears uniform is #403, and includes seven parallels.
We won’t cover the Draft Picks (college uniform) set as the cards are less popular among collectors, and less valuable. That said, the Chronicles Score cards aren’t the most value-packed either, outside of the numbered parallels. The Base card, for instance, carries a PSA pop count of 27 and is valued in Mint condition for less than $15. The Silver parallel (not numbered; PSA pop count 25), sold for $16 in July 2023, in PSA 9 Mint condition.
|2021 Chronicles Score Update Rookies Parallels||Numbered to:|
Other Notable Chronicles Rookies & Parallels
A few other cards worth mentioning before we wrap the Chronicles line includes the Crown Royale, a die-cut card in the shape of an actual crown. An especially eye-catching Gold parallel numbered /10 sold in Mint condition for $81 in October 2022.
Another card worth a shout is the Chronicles Prizm Black – a bit confusing given the entire line of Prizm cards discussed above. But the Justin Fields Chronicles #3 is a fun (and valuable card) nonetheless. The Base card carries a value around $100 in Gem Mint condition, even with a pop count of 176. The Gold Parallel version numbered to /10, however, sold for $800 in 2022 even despite a PSA 8 grade. A Gold Vinyl version numbered to just /5, went for a healthy $2,175 in July 2023 in PSA 9 Mint condition.
Lastly, we’ll give a shout to the Chronicles Draft Pick (DP) cards. They’re not the most valuable or exciting, though, as they feature Fields in his college jersey.
Additional Key Brands and Sets with Justin Fields Rookie Cards
While Chronicles and Prizm are two of the more popular NFL brands, they certainly aren’t the only ones floating around the hobby. Let’s touch a few more brands featuring Justin Fields rookie cards.
Donruss Optic Rated Rookie Card
You had to know this iconic brand would appear somewhere on this list, right? With its classic border, seemingly endless parallels, and “Rated Rookie” corner logo, the Donruss Optic Rated Rookie brand is a classic.
Justin Fields’ Rated Rookie card is #204 and comes in 34 parallels. Given the popularity of Rated Rookie cards, it’s not surprising to see some extremely high pop counts for these cards. The Base card alone has a total PSA pop count over 2,000 cards, with half of them in Gem Mint condition. As a result, the value of those cards has a pretty hard ceiling around $50.
But the parallels offer opportunity for more value, especially one of the numbered cards. Two parallels are numbered 1/1 – the Black and Gold Vinyl. The latter of which sold at Goldin Auctions recently for over $9,600.
Another numbered parallel, the Purple /50, is valued by PSA at nearly $200 in PSA 9 condition.
For a full checklist of 2021 Donruss Optic, head over to Beckett.
Panini Select Rookie Card
Select is another well-known sports card brand, especially in football and basketball. Select cards come in a trio of box options: Hobby, Hobby Hybrid, and First Off the Line.
There are four different sets within the Select series which correspond to different parts of a stadium: Concourse Level (the base), Premier Level, Club Level, and Field Level. Fields’ card numbers for each level are #50, #150, #250, and #350, respectively.
Each level has a slightly varied design, helping collectors delineate between them. But keep in mind: PSA does not distinguish by level on its labels. Rather, it marks a card as “Select” with the level made clear by the numbering on the right side.
As you might assume, the rarity and value of each varies, with the Concourse the least valuable and the Field Level the most (sort of like tickets for an actual game). For instance, while there are 39 total parallels in the Concourse Level, there are just 14 in the Field Level set, with the numbered parallels starting at /75 instead of /349.
Even the non-numbered cards generally track with this escalating value structure. For instance, with a PSA pop count over 600, the #50 (Concourse) Base is valued by CardLadder at $26 in Gem Mint condition. But the #350 (Field Level) Base is valued over three-times that: $86 by CardLadder.
In addition to the traditionally four-cornered card, the Select brand is notorious for its die-cut parallels. There are die-cut versions of nearly every non-die-cut card, with the rarest Select cards – the Black Prizm and Die-Cut Black Prizm – a 1/1 version of each.
The low-numbered Select parallels are extremely valuable. For instance, a PSA 10 Gold Prizm /10 sold in July 2023 for $1,850.
Beckett has a full breakdown of the Select parallels here.
Panini Score Rookie Card
We won’t spend a ton of time on the Panini Score Rookie Card, because unless you’re an Ohio State nut, er, Buckeye, or just really love college football, these cards don’t have a ton of value. That’s because, unlike the Chronicles Score we discussed above, the Panini Score features Justin Fields in his college jersey.
This card comes in two forms: #302 and #360 and 19 parallels. Remember those Base cards we discussed a moment ago? The ones capped at about $45-$50? That’s how much even the numbered parallels are valued at. A PSA 9 Dots Gold Parallel numbered /225 sold for $50 in March 2023.
A full checklist of the Panini Score set can be found here.
Panini Mosaic Rookie Card
Similar to the Rated Rookie and Select card, the Mosaic is another easily identifiable card. Known for the tiled-background (hence the name Mosaic), Justin Fields has two different cards in this series: the #242 “NFL Debut” and #304 “Rookies” (NFL Debut and Rookies are two different sets).
The principal difference between the two sets is in design — both sets include 34 total parallels, with 21 numbered.
The Rookies Base card is valued in line with the base cards we’ve been discussing so far: with a PSA pop count over 640 cards, these cards go for an average of $40. His NFL Debut is a bit behind the Rookies; the #242 Base is valued by CardLadder at $21.
But in addition to adding some fun pops of color, the parallels also provide a nice pop for your wallet. The Gold Mosaic numbered /10, for instance, is valued around $2,900 by PSA. The Black Choice Gold Mosaic numbered /8 went for $1,426 in December 2022.
Beckett has a full checklist of the Mosaic set here.
Panini Absolute Rookie Card
Next up, we have the Panini Absolute Rookie card. This set is known for being “Hit Heavy” because of the inclusion of five total autographs and memorabilia cards per Hobby Box (more on the autos in just a moment).
The Panini Absolute Justin Fields rookie card comes in 24 parallels and is #108. With a PSA pop count nearing 400, the Base card is generally even less valuable than the others we’ve covered so far, coming in at around $35 in PSA 10 Gem Mint. But the Parallels see that value increase appreciably. For instance, the Orange Mosaic numbered /199 (pop count 20) is valued at $150 in Gem Mint condition and around $50 in PSA 9 Mint. It’s easy to see why: the orange meshes well with Fields’ Color Rush Bears jersey.
Head over to Beckett for a full checklist of 2021 Panini Absolute football.
Other Justin Fields Rookie Cards
There are just a few more Justin Fields rookie cards worth touching on here before we get to the much-awaited autos. Let’s start with a college card: his Panini Prizm Draft Picks On Campus. Why college? Aren’t these not not as valuable as Fields in his pro jersey? Exactly right. But there’s just something that exudes creativity about this card. It goes beyond just a college card; with nods to Ohio State culture, it’s a real collectors item for Buckeye fans.
The last one we’ll cover is the Kaboom 2021 Insert. Kaboom has a fun history, which we at OnlyGreats covered in detail earlier this year. Fields’ Kaboom is an insert in the Absolute series and graded can go for hundreds (or thousands) of dollars.
Justin Fields Signed Rookie Cards
Ah, the moment you’ve been waiting for. Cards with a generally illegible scribble across the bottom. Put in other words: it’s time to talk about autographed cards.
National Treasures Rookie Patch Autograph (RPA)
If you’ve been in the hobby for more than a few hours, chances are you’re plenty familiar with the National Treasures brand. Found in National Treasure’s Hobby Boxes that will run you several thousand dollars, National Treasures is the autograph equivalent of the Silver Prizm: they’re just tough to beat.
Justin Fields’ rookie National Treasures card is what’s known as an RPA – rookie, patch, autograph. That means the card is a player’s rookie card, it contains a piece of jersey, and it is autographed. With a total of 16 parallels – all but one numbered /49 or fewer – these cards are hard to come by.
But if you do happen to stumble upon one, don’t let it go. Fields’ Silver Holo /25 parallel BGS 9.5 (Gem Mint) sold for $14,500 in March 2023. Even the Base, numbered /99, has sold for nearly $13,000 as recently as January 2023.
Be sure to check out the full 2021 National Treasures set and parallels checklist.
Panini Flawless Rookie Patch Autograph
There are several autographed Justin Fields rookie cards underneath the broader “Panini Flawless” brand. Those include the Rookie Gems Signatures, the Rookie Debut Signatures, and Rookie Shadow signatures.
But for our purposes here, we’re going to hone in on the Rookie Patch Autographs set, which comes in six parallels, each numbered /20 or fewer. In addition to being extremely rare, these cards also come with a slew of sick patches. That includes a one of one card with the NFL Shield patch, one with a Nike Swoosh, and another (under the Dual Rookie Patch Autograph set) with two Nike Swooshes.
Of course, they’ll cost you. The NFL Shield patch sold for just under $9,500 in October 2022 at Leland’s auctions, while the single-Nike swoosh card sold for $10,800 in June 2023 at Goldin auctions.
Panini Eminence Rookie Patch Autograph
Next up we have Panini Eminence RPAs. While not nearly as popular as NT and Flawless brands, they are still collectible and incredibly rare with Base cards numbered to /10, and only three parallels, numbered /5 (Gold), /3 (Green), and 1/1 (Platinum).
Further, only 10 rookies got the Panini Eminence RPA treatment – half of them being quarterbacks taken in Round One of the 2021 NFL Draft.
Surprise, surprise: these cards are expensive. Fields’ one of one Platinum NFL shield patch sold for $13,800 on Goldin Auctions in June 2023, making it the sixth-most expensive Justin Fields rookie card out there.
Panini Prizm Rookie Auto Gold Prizm
What about non-patch autos? You better believe those exist, too! We already discussed Fields’ unsigned Prizm rookies at the top of this guide, but there are two signed versions as well: the Rookie Autographs Prizm and the Rookie Patch Autographs Prizm. The latter contains just three total parallels, making it another card that’s hard to come by.
But the non-RPA Prizm autographs cards offer much more variety. With 16 parallels to Fields’ #334 card, these can range anywhere from a few hundred dollars non-numbered and ungraded, all the way up to $15,366, which is what Fields’ 1/1 White Sparkle sold for in July 2023.
Another cool signed Prizm is his Gold parallel, which sold for $6,988 in February, 2023 via eBay.
Other Justin Fields Signed Rookie Cards
What if you don’t have thousands of dollars lying around to drop on an autographed Justin Fields rookie card? What do you do? You’re not quite out of luck. There are a few cost-effective options available. That includes the Panini Rookie Ticket, which has an average CardLadder value of $468 ungraded. Obviously, anywhere near $500 isn’t “cheap” by any stretch, but when it comes to signed cards, it’s all about perspective (although fair warning, it’s a sticker auto adhered to the card).
One may also want to target the Freshman Fabrics brand, which is valued at less than $250 ungraded by CardLadder. These cards probably won’t add a ton of value to the collection long-term, but if you’re a fan of Fields’ game or a tortured Bears fan, then its sentimental value will make up for whatever material value it lacks.
We’d also be remiss not to discuss the other end of the spectrum: the most valuable signed Fields card of all time. That honor goes to Fields’ Prizm Autographs No Huddle Black Prizm parallel (1 of 1). In the description, the seller included that the card number is also Fields’ jersey number, a fun full-circle example of what we discussed at the top of this post. That card sold for a whopping $8,400 in August 2022, but is only estimated to be valued by CardLadder at $5,136 today.
What gives? Why is the value so much less than the card’s last sale price? It all has to do with factors we’ll discuss in the next section.
Factors Affecting Justin Fields Rookie Card Value
The traditional factors will apply to Fields’ rookie card value: seasonality, scarcity, quality grading, etc. Obviously a PSA 10 will be worth more than a raw card; a card sold at the peak of a Fields hot streak will sell for more than one in the middle of the offseason.
But few factors matter quite as much as Field’s on-field performance. This isn’t new: the value of a player’s rookie card is directly correlated to how well they play. All-Star nods, Super Bowls, All-Pro selections carry tons of weight. Justin Fields currently has none of those things. He doesn’t even have a playoff appearance to his name. He won just three games as a starter in 2022. But the potential for a major swing is there.
Let’s use Hurts as a comp again: on a loaded Eagles roster, the only true outstanding question mark was Hurts’ ability as a passer. He led the Eagles to a 9-8 record in 2021, but that did little to dispel those concerns. Around a year ago, one could purchase his Silver Prizm rookie card in Gem Mint condition for right around $500. When his performance was particularly rocky in the Eagles’ playoff loss to the Buccaneers in January 2022, that card could be found for less than $300.
Just one year later, Hurts is a Pro Bowler with a Super Bowl appearance on his resume. That’s translated into his rookie card value rocketing up in price – a Silver Prizm PSA 10 sold for nearly $1,200 in August 2023.
It’s not inconceivable for the same to happen for Fields. He’s not quite surrounded by the same level of talent, but he’s in a weaker division and the weaker conference. We also can’t discount the fact that he plays in the country’s third-largest media market, which could increase his buzz should he take steps forward.
As a result, a Justin Fields rookie card is a high-risk, high-reward investment.
Most Expensive Justin Fields Rookie Card Sales
And speaking of high risk, some of Justin Fields’ most rare rookie cards have sold for jaw-dropping prices even though he has yet to make a dent in the NFL. The following table summarizes the biggest sales recorded through August 2023, and the platform where the card was sold.
|Card Description||Price||Sale Date||Platform|
|2021 Panini Prizm Black Finite Prizms Justin Fields ROOKIE 1/1 #334 BGS 8.5||$90,000||Nov 17, 2022||PWCC Auction|
|2021 Panini Prizm White Sparkle 1/1 Justin Fields Signed Rookie Card #334 PSA Auth, PSA/DNA Gem Mint 10 Auto||$15,366||Jul 13, 2023||Goldin Auction|
|2021 National Treasures RPA Silver Justin Fields /25 BGS 9.5||$14,500||March 24, 2023||eBay Auction|
|2021 National Treasures Justin Fields Stars & Stripes RPA #2/10||$13,899||February 23, 2023||eBay Sale|
|2021 National Treasures Rookie Material Auto 1/1 Justin Fields RPA # ES6||$13,800||March 26, 2023||eBay Auction|
Rookie Card Checklist and Buying Links
The following Justin Fields rookie cards have been covered in this post, including several Prizm parallels and other variants. The search links next to each will open to eBay searches for the card referenced.
|Justin Fields Rookie Card Description||Quick Search|
|2021 Panini Prizm #334 Base RC||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Prizm #334 Silver Prizm RC||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Prizm #334 Gold Prizm RC /10||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Prizm #334 Gold Vinyl Prizm RC /5||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Prizm #334 Orange Wave Prizm RC||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Chronicles #19 Base RC||Search eBay|
|2021 Chronicles Prestige Rookie Update #203 (NFL jersey)||Search eBay|
|2021 Chronicles Prestige #203 RC (College jersey)||Search eBay|
|2021 Chronicles Luminence Update Rookies #203||Search eBay|
|2021 Chronicles Flux #FX3 Flux Rookies||Search eBay|
|2021 Chronicles Score Update Rookie #403 RC (NFL jersey)||Search eBay|
|2021 Chronicles Crown Royale #CR4 RC||Search eBay|
|2021 Chronicles Prizm Black #PB-3 RC||Search eBay|
|2021 Donruss Optic Rated Rookie #204 RC||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Select #50 RC (Concourse Level)||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Select #150 RC (Premier Level)||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Select #250 RC (Club Level)||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Select #350 RC (Field Level)||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Select Die-Cut (multiple) RC||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Score #302 RC||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Score #360 RC||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Mosaic #242 NFL Debut RC||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Mosaic #304 Rookies||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Absolute #108 RC||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Prizm Draft Picks On Campus #OCJF RC||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Absolute Kaboom! #K43 RC||Search eBay|
|2021 National Treasures Rookie Patch Auto (RPA) – various||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Flawless Rookie Patch Auto (RPA) – various||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Eminence Rookie Patch Auto (RPA) – various||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Prizm Rookie Autograph #334 – various||Search eBay|
|2021 Panini Prizm Rookie Patch Autograph #334 – various||Search eBay|
Justin Fields isn’t quite a complete player. Yet. That’s what makes investing in a Justin Fields rookie card such an intriguing option. Getting in on his card now, before the season starts, could well be the last opportunity for collectors to buy cheap before it boosts in value. Or, the Bears could be looking for yet another franchise quarterback if Fields fails to show promise. It all depends on how he performs.
But in a hobby built on speculation, a Justin Fields rookie card embodies the boom or bust potential with so many young stars.