Hansel Emmanuel Donato Domínguez has continuously broken the Internet with his offensive skills at AAU tournaments, but he had yet to receive any NCAA D-1 college basketball offers.
Hansel had his arm amputated at the age of 6 after a wall collapsed on it which trapped him under the rubble for two hours. His father was a former professional basketball player and they were living in the Dominican Republic.
On Thursday, Hansel announced on his social media platforms that he has been offered a D-1 scholarship from Tennessee State University.
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If you have never heard of the kid or think you could crush him on a one-on-one game, take a look at his highlights and then come back and talk to me. This guy has impressive talent.
No one is quite sure how he will handle playing D1 basketball and if anything will ever come from his skill, but one thing is for sure is that he will have quite the spotlight when he hits the court.