2014-15 SEASON OUTLOOK
Hudson Price came on strong late during his freshman year and should play more of a role for the Frogs this upcoming year after sitting out most of the non-conference season with an undisclosed injury ... As the 2013-14 season rolled on, Price got more and more comfortable in the Frogs offense and the proof was in his production ... Look for Price to either start or be a key reserve off the bench for TCU this upcoming year.
2013-14 | FRESHMAN SEASON
Price played in 25 games and started the final six games for TCU during his first year on campus ... missed time following the SMU game due to injury, but came back in late December to tally significant minutes ... tied his career-high in rebounds against Oklahoma with five boards, while also totaling eight points ... tallied a career-high five points off the bench against Texas ... blocked a career-high four shots against Iowa State ... led the team with three assists at West Virginia ... recorded a career-high eight points at Texas, along with a career-high in free throws (5-6) in 32 minutes of play ... closed out the year scoring three points in 14 minutes of action against Baylor at the Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship.
A three-star recruit according to Rivals.com, Price played the last two years for The First Academy in Orlando, Fla. ... averaged team highs of 18.7 points and 7.8 rebounds per game while helping lead the Royals to a Florida district 3A-5 championship ... he ranked second on the squad in assists (2.3 apg) and steals (1.6 spg) while shooting 54.7 percent from the field, 45.2 percent from 3-point range and 77.1 percent at the foul line ... Price and his family moved to Orlando from Atlanta, Ga., prior to his junior year in 2011-12 ... his first season with the Royals saw him contribute heavily for a senior-laden squad that went 27-5 and won its district championship ... a standout in the classroom at First Academy, he is a member of the National Honor Society ... Price hails from a basketball family ... his father, Mark Price, played 12 seasons in the NBA for the Cleveland Cavaliers (1986-95), Washington Bullets (1995-96), Golden State Warriors (1996-96) and Orlando Magic (1997-98) and was a four-time NBA All-Star with the Cavs ... one of the top shooters in NBA history, he still owns the league's all-time career record for free-throw shooting percentage (90.4 percent) and is the Cavs' franchise leader for career assists (4,206).