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Billy Donovan has offered Zach Hodskins a spot as a preferred walk on for the 2014-2015 year at the University of Florida. Ordinarily, a coach offering a preferred walk on spot (which means they have a spot on the team, but not a scholarship for that season) would not be newsworthy. However, Hodskins, from Milton, Georgia, (who was featured in a Roundup last December) was born without a forearm and hand on his left arm, and plays basketball with one hand. He hit 60% of his three pointers last year. That would make him almost twice as accurate as Kenny Boynton. Watch his highlights here.

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Reply32 months
Kid was born in Lexington and is a huge UK fan....his dream is to play in Rupp (according to his Godfather)...if Cal where to give the same offer, he probably is a Cat.

Anyway, he is a hell of a player and deserves his offers, he has a full ride offer from Samford....he should take it.
Reply33 months
thanks larry

(seriously, thanks for this, this is great)
Reply33 months
This kid plays right down the street from me, he is actually pretty damn good.
Reply33 months
Good chance he ever gets called for a double dribble.
Reply33 months
Wow, you gotta hand it to him.
Reply33 months
no kidding. good scoop larry.
Reply33 months
all joking aside - the fact he hit 60% of his 3's is pretty impressive.
Reply33 months
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