Zach Hodskins

Zach Hodskins was born without a left hand, but that didn't stop his dreams of playing basketball at the college level. A standout in high school, he is now a sophomore walk-on for the Florida Gators.

On Tuesday, Hodskins scored his first career NCAA basket, and his first points in nearly two years. For Hodskins and anyone with a pulse, it was an incredible sports moment.

As a high school senior, Hodskins was offered a preferred walk-on spot in fall 2013 by then-Gators coach Billy Donovan. He averaged 11.8 points that season at Milton High School in Georgia, becoming an outside shooting specialist.

At Florida, Hodskins played seven minutes in four games in 2014-15, going 0-for-2 from the field. Prior to Tuesday, he played six minutes in five games this season and had missed all three shot attempts.

In Hodskins' lone minute against Jacksonville, he seemed like a man on a mission. With just one non-conference game remaining -- a showdown with in-state rival Florida State -- Hodskins may not see the court again in 2015-16. He gets the ball and goes full-on spin-o-rama to get on the score sheet.

Here's the play in slow-mo:

Hodskins is only a sophomore and now, he proves he can ball. Although the NBA may not be in Hodskins' future, a legitimate reserve role is within reach as an upperclassman.

Great team win tonight! Finally put down my first college bucket! Nothing is impossible, thank my Lord

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