Future Watch: Scouting the Upper Deck USA Football Alumni – 11/16/2015

2012 USA Football Jameis Winston AutoFuture Watch: Scouting the Upper Deck USA Football Alumni – 11/16/2015 – This week’s Under-19 Alumni Report looks at performances by USA Football Alumni including:

NCAA – Justin Jackson (Northwestern), Conner Floyd (Tulsa), Anu Solomon (Arizona), Samaje Perine (Oklahoma), Charles Nelson (Oklahoma), Sean Maguire (Florida State), Aaron Green (TCU), Conor Hundley (Akron)

NFL –  Todd Gurley (St.Louis), Stephen Tuitt & Shamarko Thomas (Pittsburgh) Jameis Winston (Tampa Bay), Tyrann Mathieu (Arizona), Devin Funchess (Green Bay)

In NCAA-D1, Houston wide receiver Demarcus Ayers was instrumental in helping provide the spark that led to the team’s 35-34 win over Memphis, despite starting the fourth quarter with a 20 point deficitAyers had 13 catches for 127 yards.

In the NFL, Jameis Winston  scored a game-winning 1-yard touchdown run with 54 seconds to play as the Buccaneers beat the Cowboys, 10-6.

Read the full report on the USA Football blog, here.

For more details about various USA Football Cards from Upper Deck, please see the links below:

Future Watch: Scouting the Upper Deck USA Football Alumni – 11/16/2015.
GTS Distribution was formed in 2005 as a result of a merger of two wholesale sportscards & gaming distribution companies: Talkin’ Sports and Gamus Distribution. 

Founded by Lloyd Kee, San Jose Sportscards Distributor opened its doors to the sports & entertainment trade in 1987 and changed its name to Talkin’ Sports in 1995 as a result of a merger with Talkin’ Baseball Distribution in 1995. At the time of the merger with Gamus Distribution in 2005, Talkin Sports had five locations strategically located to service major metropolitan cities and no more than a 2-day ship from 90% of its customers on the West Coast, servicing over 3,000 active customers in 14 Western states.

What began in 1976 as a family owned business primarily distributing Trading Cards, Hobby Supplies and Sheet Music, Georgia Music Incorporated, dba Gamus Distribution, quickly grew into three facilities across the Southeastern U.S. With a strong focus on providing superior customer service and excellent product selection, Gamus Distribution’s reputation and business was built the old fashioned way – by earning it. After his lengthy tenure with Fleer Trading Cards, Steve Snyder joined Gamus Distribution in 1999 and became sole owner in 2002.

Collectively understanding the vast needs of the sportscard retail stores, the merger came as a result of a unified goal to help retail store owners focus more on growing their businesses and less on sourcing products. It is GTS Distribution’s unspoken mission to provide retail stores with a vast, cutting-edge product selection, competitive pricing and the best customer service available. With this goal in mind, GTS Distribution offers its customers the diversity of 4 major categories; Trading Cards, Games, Toys and Hobby Supplies. Our knowledgeable staff of over 48, has more than 350 years of combined experience in these areas and are constantly looking for products and services to add to our portfolio of offerings. 

GTS Distribution services accounts of all sizes. We specialize in servicing small retail and specialty stores and no order is too small and none too large. GTS Distribution is a true full-service, wholesale sports & entertainment collectibles distributor, dedicated to the success of our customer’s businesses and their futures. 

Rob Bertrand

Director of Marketing at GTS Distribution - Sports & Entertainment
Rob has been involved in developing hobby related, multi-media content for over 18-years. An avid collector himself, he is the former co-host of Cardboard Connection Radio. Rob got his start on the business side of the hobby as the lead content developer for Card Corner Club before the site’s merger with Cardboard Connection. He also has an extensive article archive on the collectibles website WorthPoint as one of their sports card and memorabilia experts. In addition to hobby related news coverage, he has also been a contributor for Sportsology.net.