Born in Kings Lynn, England and qualifies for Scotland selection through his mother, representing Scotland at under-20 level.
The former Bedford Blue arrived at Scotstoun during the 2013-14 season and progressed through the academy system and, after being awarded short-term professional terms in December.
In February 2016, the Glasgow Warriors scrum-half signed a new two-year deal at the club.
Price's form earned him a test call up for the Autumn Tests and made his test debut against Georgia in 2016 before going on to win four more caps in the 2017 Six Nations Championship.
His rapid rise is reflected in the fact that it was only in 2017 that he won the vote as Glasgow's Most Improved Player.
In May 2017, Price was awarded with Glasgow's Player of the Season and named in the Scotland squad for their three-Test summer tour.
While notching his first international try against Italy in Singapore later that year, Price continued to impress back on domestic duty, helping Warriors to a first European Champions Cup quarter-final en route to being named the club’s 2016/17 Player of the Season.
In November of the same year, he re-signed with Glasgow until at least May 2020, having become a key member of the squad making 48 appearances scoring 8 tries.
Price took his test cap tally to 24 by the end of the Six Nations and looked to have overtaken Greig Laidlaw as the first choice Scottish no.9.
He was selected in Scotland's 2019 Rugby World Cup squad and played in Scotland's opening Pool A match against Ireland. However he sustained a foot injury and that curtailed his World Cup experience.
Price featured in each of Scotland’s 2020 and 2021 Six Nations clashes, helping Gregor Townsend’s men to wins at Twickenham and in Paris in the latter – the first time they had achieved this feat in a single Championship since 1926
Price has been named in the squad for the British & Irish Lions 2021 tour to South Africa
JT May 2021
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