Justin Fargas transferred to the University of Southern California from Michigan University and played his final season of college football there. He was part of the Trojans?€™ dominating offense that led them to a huge victory over the Iowa Hawkeyes in the 2003 Orange Bowl. During his senior year Fargas rushed for 715 yards and 7 touchdowns with an overall average of 4.4 yards per rushing attempt. Complete your Trojans memorabilia collection with this Riddell miniature replica helmet autographed by Justin Fargas! It comes complete with a Certificate of Authenticity from Palm Beach Autographs and a photograph of Fargas during the signing.
Ronnie Lott was one of the best defensive players in NFL history developing a reputation for hard hits and merciless tackles. No opponent who met Lott on a football field ever forgot the introduction. He helped the 49ers win the Super Bowl an amazing four times in the 1980s and is one of five players to be a part of every 49ers Super Bowl team. However before he became a pro Ronnie played for the USC Trojans. During his college years he helped the Trojans win the 1978 National Championship played in the 1979 and 1980 Rose Bowls and in 1980 became a unanimous All-American. Commemorate the football legend and take home a piece of USC history when you decorate your office or fan cave with this mini replica helmet from Riddell. This helmet has been hand-signed by Lott and comes complete with a Certificate of Authenticity from Palm Beach Autographs as well as a photograph of him during the actual signing.
Marcus Allen put himself on the map as an NFL all-star with a record-breaking professional career that included seven two-point conversions five games of over 250 yards from scrimmage and 14 games of more than 200 yards from scrimmage. Marcus is one of three players to reach at least 10 000 rushing yards and 5 000 receiving yards in his career and the only one to have 12 000 yards rushing 6 000 yards receiving as well as 100-plus touchdowns. In college Allen finished his four seasons with 4 682 rushing yards 5 232 total yards and 46 touchdowns while averaging 5.2 yards per carry. In 1981 he won the Heisman Trophy the Maxwell Award Walter Camp Award and was named the Pac-10 Player of the Year. Commemorate Marcus Allen and own a piece of USC history when you decorate your office or fan cave with this mini replica helmet from Riddell. This helmet has been hand-signed by Marcus and comes complete with a Certificate of Authenticity from Palm Beach Autographs as well as a photograph of him during the actual signing.
Mike Williams was offered several scholarships from multiple universities but wouldn?€™t settle until he found a school that would start him as a wide receiver. The University of Southern California offered him his granted position and in 2002 he started his freshman year. He achieved a USC and Pac-10 Conference freshman record of 81 receptions for 1 265 yards and 14 touchdowns. By his final Trojans season as a sophomore he started all 13 games as a wide receiver and led the team in 1 314 receiving yards and 16 touchdowns. Williams was a finalist for the nation?€™s top receiver (the Biletnikoff Award) the following year and finished eighth in running for the Heisman Trophy Award. Take home a piece of USC history when you decorate your office or fan cave with this autographed mini helmet. It has been hand-signed by Williams and comes complete with a Certificate of Authenticity from Palm Beach Autographs.
During his junior year of high school Will Poole was named a Parade All-American and was one of the top football players. After graduating he attended the University of Southern California. He became best known for his performance at the 2004 Rose Bowl against Michigan which included two sacks and led the team to a 28-14 victory. He won several awards some of which include the Junior College Athletic Bureau All-American (in 2002) Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Week (on November 5th 2003) and the 2003 USC Co-Special Teams Player of the Year. Take home a piece of USC history when you decorate your office or fan cave with this autographed mini helmet. It has been hand-signed by Poole and comes complete with a Certificate of Authenticity from Palm Beach Autographs.
Troy Polamalu?€™s legacy as one of the most influential safeties to play football began early in his college career. Adapting the mentality of ?€œFa?€™a Samoan?€ style (which roughly translates to ?€œbeing a gentleman everywhere but on the football field”) Polamalu quickly made a name for himself as a hard-working hard-hitting quick intelligent defensive player. During his time with the Trojans Polamalu tallied 281 tackles (including 29 behind the line of scrimmage) 6 interceptions 13 pass deflections and 4 blocked punts. Despite his fierce unyielding style of play Polamalu is a mild-mannered person who in his free time enjoys surfing and playing the piano. It?€™s this combination of determination easy-going attitude and raw physical play that makes Polamalu a legendary player in his day. Troy Polamalu has hand-signed this 8?€ x 10?€ photograph of himself during his former USC years. It comes complete with a Certificate of Authenticity from Palm Beach Autographs and makes a great addition to any Trojans fan?€™s collection.