Henry Steele (Robby Benson) is a small-town high school basketball whiz. Recruited by a big-time college team, he's given a four-year, no-cut scholarship, an allowance and a pretty tutor (Annette O'Toole). And he's still not prepared for the bitter, sometimes brutal experiences he will face in the fast lane of collegiate hoops. One on One is family entertainment that consistently scores. Coming off his big-screen splash in Ode to Billy Joe, Benson transformed his love of basketball into a screenplay (co-authored with his father) full of truth and heart reminiscent of Rocky and Hoosiers. Under veteran director Lamont Johnson, he, O'Toole and G.D. Spradlin as Henry's ruthless coach give performances that hit the mark. Your spirits will soar with this story of a winner.