Over the last half of a decade, college basketball fans have had the opportunity to watch father/son duos work together on the court. You had the nearly unstoppable pair of Greg and Doug McDermott at Creighton. You now see where Avery Johnson Jr. left Texas A&M when his dad took the head coaching job at Alabama late in 2014.
According to College Basketball Talk, former TCU guard Hudson Price has left the school to play for his dad Mark, who took the head coaching position at Charlotte in the spring.
Hudson spent his first two years with the Horned Frogs and he will sit out the 2015-16 season per NCAA regulations.
As a freshman, Hudson averaged fifteen minutes per game at TCU. His minutes decreased significantly in 2014-15 as he saw only 9.4 minutes per game, which could have been the big reason why he decided to transfer.
Charlotte is entering its first season as a member of the Conference USA and the team sees eight newcomers this season. Two of those are transfers with one being Hudson and the other being Joseph Uchebo from Pittsburgh.
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