Who's Hot In Sports Cards: Week of March 28, 2022

Whose Stock Is Rising and Whose Value Is On The Way Down? 


Basketball

  1. DeAndre Ayton (+14%)

  2.  Jayson Tatum (+10%)

  3. Gary Patyon (+10%)

  4. Keldon Johnson (+8%)

  5. Wendell Carter Jr. (+8%)

  6. Rui Hachimura (+7%)

  7. John Stockton (+6%)

  8. Kevin Garnett (+6%)

  9. Darius Bazley (+6%)

  10. Tim Duncan (+5%)

 

  1. Gary Trent Jr. (-16%)

  2. James Wiseman (-13%)

  3. Paul Pierce (-13%)

  4. Donte Divincenzo (-11%)

  5. Cameron Johnson (-9%)

  6. Mikal Bridges (-9%)

  7. Lonnie Walker IV (-9%)

  8. Mitchell Robinson (-8%)

  9. Carmelo Anthony (-8%) 

  10. Kyle Kuzma (-7%)



Baseball

  1. Spencer Torkelson (+13%)

  2. Eloy Jimenez (+10%)

  3. Bobby Witt Jr. (+9%)

  4. Keston Hiura (+8%)

  5. Aristides Aquino (+8%)

  6. Nico Hoerner (+7%)

  7. CJ Abrams (+7%)

  8. Sammy Sosa (+5%)

  9. Trent Grisham (+5%)

  10. Ken Griffey Jr. (+5%)


  1. Robert Puason (-10%)

  2. Kyle Lewis (-10%)

  3. Shane Bieber (-9%)

  4. Ozzie Albies (-7%)

  5. Cody Bellinger (-6%)

  6. Alec Bohm (-6%)

  7. Riley Greene (-4%)

  8. Don Mattingly (-4%)

  9. Corey Seager (-3%)

  10. Randy Arozarena (-3%)

Football


  1. Tua Tagovailoa (+27%)

  2. Juju Smith-Schuster (+11%)

  3. Drew Lock (+9%)

  4. Chase Young (+7%)

  5. Derek Carr (+6%)

  6. Chase Claypool (+5%)

  7. Troy Aikman (+2%)

  8. Jerry Jeudy (+2%)

  9. Barry Sanders (+2%)

  10. Henry Ruggs III (+2%)

  1. Jacob Eason (-10%)

  2. Deshaun Watson (-9%)

  3. Mac Jones (-7%)

  4. D'Andre Swift (-6%)

  5. Brandon Aiyuk (-5%)

  6. Jalen Hurts (-5%)

  7. Dak Prescott (-5%)

  8. Drew Brees (-4%)

  9. Daniel Jones (-4%)

  10. John Elway (-4%)

 

Note: All percentages are rounded to the nearest whole

 

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