Remembering Bryce Harper’s Ridiculous College Season

Now that Bryce Harper has turned into a MLB All Star, his days as a 16 year old college baseball player are long gone.  But, by this website, they aren’t forgotten.

Harper left high school early to pursue his dream of a major league baseball career earlier than normal.  By going to junior college as a high school junior — he attending the College of Southern Nevada — Harper positioned himself to be drafted early by the MLB.

How good was the kid?  The most home runs ever hit in the conference by any player was 16.  That was until Harper got there.  As a 16 year old phenom college freshman, Harper hit 32 bombs while leading the College of Southern Nevada to the NJCAA National Championship game.

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