New Detroit Lions 2022 NFL Draft jerseys and hoodies: Aidan Hutchinson, Jameson Williams

For the first time since 1950, the Detroit Lions had two picks from the top 12 selections in the NFL Draft. If that doesn’t get you excited about the future, I’m not sure anything will.

Michigan edge defenseman Aidan Hutchinson and Alabama wide receiver Jameson Williams are franchise-defining players and could be the face of the franchise for years to come. For years, the Lions have been a starless franchise, and in a draft they may have caught two, one on either side of the ball. Because not only did the Lions get players who could have been at the top of their position group in this year’s draft class, but wide receiver and edge defenseman are top positions, capable of making game-changing games at any point in the game.

So to celebrate the top of the 2022 Detroit Lions draft class, we’ve teamed up with Breaking T to bring you the most stylish swag to show off your Lions pride.

First, there’s a Hutchinson design that showcases his iconic black-eyed style.

We also offer Jameson Williams’ “Crimson Crane” Pose, which he and teammate John Metchie III popularized last season at Alabama. Williams even did it on the NFL Draft red carpet:

So here’s the iconic pose, but with Williams decked out in a Detroit Lions jersey.

There is also an additional “JAMO” design available.

Each design is available as a t-shirt, hoodie, youth t-shirt, or women’s v-neck shirt. Just click on the design you prefer in our section of the Breaking T storeand choose your style from the option on the right side of the screen.

It’s a way to not only support the Lions and their new players, but it’s also a way to help support this site.

Visit our Breaking T design shop here

There you can also grab a range of Dan Campbell related designs including ‘MC DC’, ball joint shirts, ‘true alpha’ or even a Sun God shirt.

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Charles P. Patton