Originally Posted by RelicCollector
Bryce Harper 2012 superfractor auto.
Give it ten years, and either the 2011 Bowman Chrome Harper Superfractor AUTO or the Mike Trout 2009 Bowman Chrome Draft Superfractor AUTO will be the ACTUAL correct answer. If they reach their potential, I can definitely see them reaching $50,000+ if not twice that. People pay $100K + for PSA 10's of 1950's Rookie cards of Hall of Famers when there might be two or three of them graded that high, so just watch as people realize there is one true HOLY GRAIL of the best players of the modern age without dispute. I think Superfractor AUTO's for the top prospects in the $800-$2000 range are good gambles, no lie.