2012 Upper Deck SP Authentic Football Box Break & Review

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With its smokey white background, 2012 SP Authentic Football truly displays what Upper Deck is known for and that’s superb card design.  On-card autographs flood this product and you don’t have to worry about stickers or white boxes.  The Canvas Collection cards look really well, especially the autographs.  Shadow Box cards are one of the best innovations that Upper Deck has come up with.  I actually think the Stadium Authentics Shadow Box style cards without signatures look better than the ones that have them.

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Boxes are currently selling for $91.00.

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Inside each 24-pack box, you should find (3) “hits”.  One of the “hits” should be an autographed rookie patch.  Of all the cards I pulled, my personal favorite is the Stadium Authentics Shadow Box Charles White.  This is the first Shadow Box card I’ve pulled.

I pulled the following:

Auto/Relic

  • Dan Herron Rookie Auto Patch #’ed/885

Autos

  • Ladarius Green Canvas Collection Auto
  • Joe Adams Auto

Stadium Authentics

  • Charles White 

1994 SP Football Die-Cut Parallel

  • Janoris Jenkins #100 

1994 SP Football

  • Ronnie Hillman #53
  • Rhett Ellison #60
  • Jeff Fuller #48
  • B.J. Cunningham #29

Canvas Collection

  • Ladarius Green #47
  • Junior Hemingway #46
  • Melvin Ingram #62
  • Marvin McNutt #59

Rookie

  • Ryan Broyles #106
  • Brandon Bolden #126

Other Notable Cards

  • Robert Griffin III #10
  • Russell Wilson #87
  • Alfred Morris #63
  • Doug Martin #33

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Overall, I give 2012 UD SP Authentic Football 4 hot dogs out of 5 (1=poor & 5=perfect).  Upper Deck is creating some fantastic looking NCAA licensed cards.  When you can get non-college football collectors to buy this stuff, you’ve done something right.  In the end, if a product is designed well and is packed with great players collectors will buy it.

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