Johnson, Wesley 2010/11 RC Rookie Card Checklist

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2010-11 Panini Gold Standard Wesley Johnson Autograph RC Card

Wesley Johnson

Born: July 11, 1987

College: Syracuse

Drafted: 2010 1st Round – 4th Pick

Twitter wesjohnson4

10-11 Wesley Johnson RC Cards For Sale On eBay

2010-11 Donruss #231
2010-11 Panini Absolute Memorabilia RPM Autograph #154 – #/499
2010-11 Panini Adrenalyn XL #70
2010-11 Panini Classics Autograph #158 – #/299
2010-11 Panini Contenders Autograph #104
2010-11 Panini Gold Standard Autograph #216 – #/299
2010-11 Panini Limited Autograph Material #188 – #/249
2010-11 Panini National Treasures Autograph Patch #204 – #/99
2010-11 Panini Prestige #154, #194, #214
2010-11 Panini Rookies & Stars Autograph #152 – #/452
2010-11 Panini Threads Autograph #38 – #/399
2010-11 Panini Timeless Treasures Autograph #104 – #/299
2010-11 Panini Totally Certified Autograph #169 – #/599

Wesley Johnson signed an exclusive autograph contract with Panini coming out of the 2010 NBA draft, so he doesn’t have Upper Deck autographs like some 2010/11 NBA rookies do.

Johnson got to play over 25 minuets per game during his rookie season and put up about 9.0 pts per game. That’s pretty decent production, but collectors were looking for more from the 4th pick in the NBA draft. With that, his rookie cards and autographs were not very highly collected during his rookie season. Wesley Johnson never averaged anywhere near 20pts per game in college, meaning his scoring ability might have little upside. Typically prolific scorers are putting up huge numbers in high school and college – but that doesn’t mean Wesley won’t develop into a solid NBA player.

The list above are all of Wesley Johnson’s main rookie cards. He has lots of parallel and insert cards from these sets as well.

Heading into the shortened 2011-12 NBA season, Wesley Johnson autograph rookie cards typically sold for around $12 – $20 for the more common versions. His National Treasures and rare parallel cards are usually pretty expensive because they are so rare.

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