Bryce Harper has a history of impressing no matter which level he is playing at. Although Harper is not starting the year as a part of the Washington Nationals' 25-man roster, it should not be long before he works his way up.
The most impressive part of his arsenal is his strength and bat speed which has resulted in mind-blowing home runs.
He reportedly hit a ball 570 feet when he was only 15 years old. As he continues his assault on the minor leagues, we will undeniably be given more highlights of towering home runs.
Before going pro, Harper hit a staggering 31 home runs in only 66 college games. Harper began playing for the Arizona Fall League in 2010. Between two seasons in the Arizona Fall League and one season between Single and Double-A, Harper totaled for 24 home runs.
For now, however, we look back at his 15 most impressive home runs.