4. Bryce Harper- Washington Nationals
Bryce Harper came into the league as one of the most touted baseball players ever. He was the first pick in the 2010 MLB draft out of the College of Southern Nevada. He was drafted by the Washington Nationals. When he came out of the draft, he wanted to play his preferred position of catcher. However, to keep his career from being shortened and to get him to develop faster, the Nationals switched him from catcher to the outfield.
Harper has been able to show out on the offensive and defensive ends. He was able to capture the Rookie of the Year award in 2012.
in 2015, he took home the National League Most Valuable Player award as well. While he is mostly known for his swing and batting statistics, do not overlook his defense. In 2017, he is second in assists with 8 and fourth in double plays turned with 2.
Harper is also one of the best at his position in preventing runs, ranking fourth with 3.3 UZR. Sure Harper is one of the best hitters in all of MLB, but do not overlook how good of a defender he is. If you try and test that, he will most definitely make you pay.