Leaf Selling Autograph Cards Of 15-Year-Old QB Phenom Peyton Houston – Who Has Yet To Play High School Football

Leaf is selling autograph cards of a 15-year-old quarterback phenom who has yet to play a high school football game. Peyton Houston, the freshman quarterback at Evangel Christian Academy in Shreveport, Louisiana, recently signed a five-year NIL deal with the trading card company. Peyton, who doesn’t even have his driver’s license yet, is already one of the top football prospects for the Class of 2027 and has received offers from over a dozen colleges.

Peyton’s Leaf Metal NextGen autograph cards are selling for $69.99 on Leaf’s website through June 4. A non-auto base version is going for $7.99.


“I’m feeling pretty good. I just thank God for everything that I’ve been given and my parents for supporting me through everything,” Peyton told The Dallas Morning News. “This helps us with traveling and getting around the country easier. Plus, I can finally help my parents and if I want something, I don’t have to go directly through them.”

Josh Pankow, president of Leaf, says they will be making new cards of Peyton every month.

“We’ll do web-exclusive cards where we follow his high school games and if he has a crazy 500-yard game, we’ll do a card commemorating that on our site,” Pankow explained to The Dallas Morning News. “Those will be sold at a higher price just because we want to make sure the value of the card stays high.”

Despite not even throwing a pass in high school, Peyton, a 5-foot-10, 185-pound quarterback, has received offers from 15 colleges. According to QB Hit List, those colleges include:

  • University of Arkansas
  • Grambling State University
  • University of Houston
  • Louisiana Tech University
  • Marshall University
  • University of Mississippi
  • Mississippi State University
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • Purdue University
  • Southern Methodist University
  • Texas Christian University
  • Texas A&M University
  • Texas Tech University
  • University of Colorado
  • University of Miami

Peyton’s first high school football game will happen Sept. 6 against Neville High School.


“We’re just keeping our heads down and working hard,” Peyton told USA Today Network. “We should have a strong team this fall if we continue to do that.”

Terms of the NIL deal were not disclosed.

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