Dec 3, 2009, 6:50 PM EDT
Bryce Harper, who has long been viewed as the top talent in the 2010 draft, received his GED results on Wednesday and passed with “flying colors,” his junior college coach told Baseball America.
Harper left high school early in an effort to clear the way for him to sign a professional contract next year. He’ll be draft eligible as a 17-year-old, and he should be taken by the Nationals with the first overall pick unless his bonus demands get in the way.
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