Check out the Reggie Bush High School Jersey, Reggie Bush USC Jersey, and the Reggie Bush Saints Jersey.
Here is a look at Reggie Bush Jerseys thoughout his carreer so far
Reggie Bush High School Jersey
Reggie Bush High School Jersery was number #5
Reggie Bush is in the tradition of great running backs that have either grown up in the San Diego area or come to make it their home: Marcus Allen, Rashaan Salaam, Ricky Williams, Marshall Faulk, Terrell Davis, LaDainian Tomlinson.
Reggie Bush's high school exploits were remarkable. As a sophomore in 2000, Bush was a Cal-Hi Sports All-State First Team selection.
Reggie Bush USC Jersey
Reggie Bush USC Jersey was #5
Bush played in all 13 games as a freshman in 2003, when he rushed for 521 yards and three touchdowns on 90 carries, while chipping in with 314 yards and four TD's on 15 catches. He also averaged 27.3 yards with a touchdown on 18 KOR's. As a sophomore in 2004, Bush rushed for 908 yards and six TD's on 143 carries and had 509 yards and seven Td's on 43 receptions. He also averaged 25.6 yards per KOR and 15.7 yards per PR with two TD's. Bush finished that season fifth in the Heisman voting and also was named Co-Offensive Player of the Year and first-team All-Pac-10. He had arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder in the offseason and was limited in spring practice but has showed no signs of its affects as a junior in 2005, when he won the Heisman Trophy and was a unanimous first-team .
Reggie Bush Saints Jersery
Reggie Bush Saints Jersey is number #25
Why did Reggie Bush change his number?
NFL.com's Vice Carruci is reporting:
The NFL's competition committee decided at the league's owners meeting here it will not recommend a change to the numbering system for jerseys for the '06 season, and it seems unlikely that it would do so for future seasons.
Bush had petitioned the committee to either allow him to wear No. 5, which he wore as a superstar running back at USC, or change the numbering system that requires running backs to wear numbers in the twenties, thirties or forties. Bush, the second overall pick of the draft, is expected to wear a number in the twenties in his rookie season.
The matter will be discussed again during a conference call in two weeks to determine whether it should again be addressed during the owners' October meeting. That would leave the door open to the possibility that Bush's desire to wear No. 5 could be realized in 2007 -- but it is open by only the smallest margin.
"No. 1, no one's comfortable with their making an exception to the policy, because the exceptions just create a problem for every team," said Rich McKay, co-chairman of the league's competition committee.
"No. 2, we're not comfortable recommending any change at this time, because to have something adopted at this time, meaning at this meeting, you would have the difference between the way a rookie's being treated and the way a veteran's being treated, because there's so much in the pipeline with respect to jerseys that there is no way a veteran would be in the position to change his jersey number."
McKay, who is the general manager of the Atlanta Falcons, added that "there's no real sentiment" among members of the competition committee to indicate that there ever would be a change in the jersey numbering system.
Reggie Bush Signed/Autographed Jersey
How to buy a real authentic Jersey
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