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Eric Vander Voort | NCAA.com | December 22, 2015

One-handed Florida G scores first collegiate points

Zach Hodskins, who was born without the lower part of his left arm, scored his first collegiate points in Florida's 89-65 win against Jacksonville on Tuesday.

With the game in hand, Hodskins took advantage of his opportunity and made the lay-in despite being fouled.

It is clear the crowd and his teammates were thrilled to see him put his name on the scoresheet. Hodskins is a sophomore for the Gators. Check it out again in slow motion:

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