The 2014 6-foot-8, 170-pound Woodland Hills (Calif.) Taft four-star athlete is hearing from numerous schools, but points to two that are standing out a bit.
Although Aaron is unable to play basketball for the school, he has still been playing away from school as much as possible and focusing on school as well.
"I know I have to keep my grades up," Aaron said. "I want to play basketball, but there wouldn't be basketball if I am unable to get the grades."
As Aaron goes through the recruiting process, he has a good idea of what he will be looking for in a school.
"I will definitely be looking at how the school plays," he said. "That will be important because I want a school that gets up and down the court but also defends and gets after it," Aaron said.
Arizona has kept in contact with Aaron and it now appears that it will lead to him visiting the campus sooner than later.
"Arizona talks to my coach once or twice a week," Aaron said. "I am going to take an unofficial visit to Arizona, but I am not positive of the date. I do know that I am definitely going to be taking a visit though."
Besides Arizona, Aaron is going through his recruitment relatively quiet as he wants to remain open to all schools involved.
"I just want to look at everything low key and have everything kind of me," he said. "Arizona and UNLV are recruiting me the hardest, but I am listening to all schools."