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Discussion in 'Main Sports Forum' started by JC_Gator, Jul 11, 2014.
Great write-up http://www.gatorzone.com/story.php?id=28406
Real nice article.
It is incredible what he can do with one arm. I can't wait to see him on the court.
Thanks for posting, he will get a first class education, great experiences, and if he wants a big push as a coach or even perhaps an international player.
you better believe when he hits his first 3 the roof will come off the O'Dome.
He is always going to be a better person than a basketball player...and that is saying a lot!
Proud to be a Gator. And allowing a guy like this on our Bball team is one of the many reasons.
I don't know of people realize how good you have too be to even be a walk on st this level. This is an accomplishment ,a huge one. Like someone else said, I can't wait till he hits his first 3
I doubt he ever see's the court in a real game. But still, a great Human Interest Story. I hope he makes the team.
He is already on the team. He may or may not dress for certain games, but he is on the team. I put money on it when we get ahead by 30 on a low level team this kid will get on the court.
He's a walk-on, does that mean he's made the final team?
Yes he has made the team since coach recruited him and he does not count against the limit. If nothing else he will provide a practice player and a good example for others.
He's a preferred walk-on which means they have a spot reserved for him.
He has a spot in the locker room. He was a preferred walk-on as was mentioned, which means he is on the team.
Zach already played. He scored on a driving twisting layup, as he was fouled. The Gator bench jumped up and started laughing and dancing. It was vs JU. Zach missed his FT.
Here it is:
JC Gator, Vulcan, Sonoma, and Tally have all since left the board.
By their own choice?
We didn't want them anyway.
Since Hodskins made a layup? I don't get it.
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