While playing at one of Ohio’s top high school programs and showcasing his talents on the EYBL circuit Aaron earned the opportunity to sign with Keith Dambrot and The University of Akron Men’s Basketball Program. Playing with under a legendary head coach in an elite program with the Zips Aaron was rewarded opportunities to play at a elite level, As a Freshman Aaron ranked 13th among MAC freshman in points per 40 minutes played (11.9), and posted a season high for points (10) and rebounds (6) in the MAC season opener against Western Michigan. Although injuries caused his collegiate career to be inconsistent, Aaron always battled his way to the floor using his “junk yard dog” characteristics of possessing a very high motor making the little plays, ability to guard every position on the floor because of size and length, being a strong shooter who can slash and rebound both ends he also uses his winner mentality to be a floor leader. Before transferring to East Carolina after the departure of Keith Dambrot from The University of Akron, Aaron had the opportunity to contribute to two consecutive MAC regular season championships, and two consecutive conference tournament championship games. In the 2015 championship season Aaron started the last 6 games of the season including the conference championship, playing with a torn labrum. Aaron finished his college career at East Carolina University starting 8 games in the American Athletic posting his best rebounding game at Tulane (4pts, 12rebs). Having his best overall game on senior night vs. Tulsa (10pts, 8rebs), before a 9 point 2 rebound game @ Memphis. Aaron always played his role because winning is always first in his mind, although the numbers don’t indicate, he can also score with the best of the using his size and speed, he is a guy the can score from all areas of the floor but is unselfish enough to do whatever it takes for his team to win!
2013-2014: University of Akron (MAC)-Utilized redshirt…
2014-2015: University of Akron (MAC)-2.8pts, 1.5 reb, 0.3 ast, 10.3 min
2015-2016: University of Akron (MAC)- 2.6 pts, 1.8 reb, 0.7 ast, 9.8 min
2016-2017: University of Akron (MAC)-2.3 pts, 1.5 reb, 0.5 ast, 8.9 min
2017-2018: East Carolina University (AAC)- 2.0 pts, 2.1 reb, 0.4 ast, 14.7 min
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