We'll soon know.
While Harper is taking his cuts at Spring Training for the Washington Nationals...McCreery is getting ready to take the "American Idol" stage.
And dude has been a favorite of the judges and online fans alike since he first appeared on the Milwaukee audition show.
This is how Rolling Stone referred to the 17-year-old hurler:
Good ol' Scotty McCreery (we all call him Scotty now, didn't you know?) is actively touted as the lone "country boy." He has a tendency to doggedly repeat a single song about locking doors and turning the lights down low. One of the few times he ventured out — with "I Hope You Dance," by Lee Ann Womack — he fumbled the words, which resulted in the phrase "nuts of wonder." It'll be interesting to see Scotty stretch his repertoire.
Early reports are that the baby-faced baritone is performing "Letters From Home" by John Michael Montgomery on tonight's show.
You can check out how he does for yourself on FOX.