Aaron produced 12 points (5-10 FG, 2-4 3Pt), seven rebounds and five assists across 37 minutes in Saturday's 62-67 loss to Oregon State.
Aaron elected to have his draft stock evaluated prior to his senior year, and has been able to set career bests in each major statistical category after returning. His scoring has doubled to a mark of 8.6 PPG, adding averages of 4.4 RPG and 2.4 APG while shooting 39 percent from beyond the arc. This may not be enough to get drafted unless he has a strong combine, but the 6-7 wing should eventually see an opportunity at the next level. Unfortunately, barring a major turnaround for the 15-13 Trojans, Aaron appears unlikely to see an opportunity to showcase his skills in the postseason.