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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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NYC AU ...RIGHT...
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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.
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thanks larry

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