Aidan Hutchinson Lions jersey: How to buy the defensive end’s new gear

The Detroit Lions made what many pundits considered a surefire pick on Thursday night when they selected Michigan’s Aidan Hutchinson with the second overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. After the Jacksonville Jaguars picked Travon Walker as their first-round pick, no one was surprised by the announcement. After all, Detroit is Hutchinson’s home team.

And Lions or Wolverines fans don’t have to wait to buy The new Hutchinson equipment.

The Online Clothing Company Fanatics already offers the rookie defensive end jersey, as well as sweatshirts, t-shirts and other merchandise to represent the second pick in the draft.

Aidan Hutchinson Detroit Lions Nike 2022 NFL Draft First Round Pick Game Jersey – Blue (Fanatics)

Fanatics also sells official nfl draft caps and other clothing for each team.

If you want to tune in to the rest of the draft on ABC, ESPN or NFL Network, you can do so by signing up for a free trial of the streaming service. fuboTV.

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Hutchinson led the Michigan Wolverines single-season sack record at 14. He has won several awards for his efforts, including the Ted Hendricks Award, Lombardi Award, Lott IMPACT Trophy, and Chicago Tribune Silver Football. He was also named a finalist for the Heisman Trophy, the only defensive player among three quarterbacks.

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Michigan defensive end Aidan Hutchinson celebrates being selected by the Detroit Lions as the No. 2 pick in the NFL Football Draft Thursday, April 28, 2022 in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)PA

Many may have predicted Hutchinson would be the No. 1 pick on Thursday night, but he didn’t seem disappointed to stay in his hometown following the announcement.

“It’s good. I’m happy to be able to go back to Motor City and start winning ball games again,” Hutchinson said after putting on his 2022 Detroit Lions NFL Draft hat.

Consider preparing for the new era of Lions by shopping at Fanatics.

Ashley Dill covers the online shopping industry, writing about commerce. She can be reached at adill@pennlive.com.

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