Florida's one-armed player scores first points with impressive move

(FOX Sports) - Zach Hodskins was born without his left hand. That didn't stop him from being a Division I-caliber recruit, earning a spot on a high-major roster.

In 2013, then-coach Billy Donovan offered the Milton, Ga., native a preferred walk-on spot, meaning he wouldn't be on scholarship but was guaranteed a spot on the Florida roster. Donovan is now the coach of the Oklahoma City Thunder, but Hodskins is still a Gator.

On Tuesday in the final minute vs. visiting Jacksonville, he scored his first career points in Florida's 89-65 victory. The 6-foot-4 guard got into the lane with a spin move and converted the layup, while drawing the foul. He ended with two points. Here's the play in slow motion.

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