Landus Anderson has become one of the top high school players in the Florida Panhandle.
His numbers for the Florida High Seminoles are good (19.4 points and 8.5 rebounds per game), but his game is really impressive.
The slender 6-4, 170-pound junior gets it done without the use of his right arm or hand.
As a result of an injury he suffered at birth, the soft-spoken Anderson can't dribble the ball with his right hand or use it with any effectiveness on defense or to rebound.
"I wish I could go right, go right with my right arm," Anderson concedes, but adds, "I think I'm pretty good how I am, with what I have." said Anderson, who made the varsity lineup in his freshman year.
"He gets the ball off the rim and is out and gone, running past people down the floor," marvels Florida High coach Al Blizzard. "You're not going to stop him in the open court, I don't care what level you're on."
Anderson's speed and quickness offset any perceived inability to go to his right and though he d...