Odell Beckham Jr., front and back
Leonard Williams, front and back
Jeemy Maclin, Hauoli Kikaha
Marshawn Lynch, Austin Hill
Garrett Grayson, Shane Vereen
Blue Foil #/499
Benardrick McKinney, Nick Montana
Gold Foil #/399
Orange Foil #/299
Red Foil #/199
Veteran Gold #/99
A J Green, DeMarco Murray
J.J. Watt, Derek Carr
A J Green blue #/99
1948 Bowman Minis
Bryce Petty, front and back
Josh Robinson, Ty Montgomery, Jeff Heuerman
Michael Dyer, Levi Norwood, Deontay Greenberry,
Marcus Murphy, Bo Wallace, Breshad Perriman
Jeremy Hill relic
Chrome Refractor On-Card Autographs
Ameer Aboullah, Austin Hill, Hauoli Kikaha
T.J. Yeldon blue #/99
Overall LookNeed we say anything more than this looks like Bowman, solid, dependable, expected would be the positive things to say about it. Works for some, not for others.
Quality and Variety of PlayersThe checklist is quite extensive, but largely Rookie class dependent.
Do the hits hold up?The majority of hits here are the NFL Premiere rookies but there are plenty of free agent players, some who make it and some who don’t. The inherent risk with Bowman. I will add my two cents to the conversation on player autographs on cards with no uniform or jersey numbers. These are produced far in advance of even the draft, so some people prefer the use of stickers if they can get pictures of the players with their team uniform. My preference is on-card even if it is just a head shot so I’m good with no team logo or uniform.
Will you want to collect them all?It seem more likely people will want the Rainbows simply for rarity and a roll of the dice on the earliest player autograph cards. Not much inspiration to build a set here.
4 out of 5
2015 Bowman Football hits its target audience, for set building and nicer pictures, a little patience might provide a better release to seek.
Review box provided by Topps.