"We talked about it last night and he gave me a call and said he did it," said Ted Docks, Harrison-Docks father.
Docks continued, "I think Butler just epitomizes Chris and what we have instilled in him. They get it done. You don't have to have glitz and glamour, you just have to win games and do it the right way."
In the end it was the way Butler does things that stuck out to Harrison-Docks and his family.
"I think they really believe in the student athlete, and that is very important to us," said Docks. "Butler plays in Hinkle Fieldhouse which is historic, and they get great athletes and great students, and they win. That epitomizes NCAA basketball and what the college experience should be about."
In the end, Harrison-Docks just felt that Butler was the perfect place for him to continue to develop as a player and as a person.
"Chris just said Butler is him," said Docks. "As a kid he is just a winner and he competes at the highest level, so I think that epitomizes him and Butler."