College of Southern Nevada catcher Bryce Harper received his GED results in the mail yesterday and "passed with flying colors," according to CSN baseball coach and athletic director Tim Chambers. Passing the GED was required for Harper to play with the Coyotes this spring.
Harper took the test on Nov. 20, Chambers said—adding he wasn’t ever losing sleep over the results.
"I was one of the few people who weren’t worried," Chambers said. "He’s plenty intelligent."
Harper played well for Team USA and during CSN’s fall scrimmages. The Coyotes kick off their schedule in late January and February with some high-profile juco tournaments.
Playing at CSN should make Harper eligible for the 2010 draft, where he would be the top talent in the class.
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