Aaron is the proud owner of Grand Slam Sports Center and a local product of Chattahoochee High School in Johns Creek, GA where he was a 4-year letterman under Coach Tim Lemons. Aaron was drafted in 1998 by the Florida Marlins after his senior season at CHS. He went on to play college baseball in 1999 at Middle Georgia College in Cochran, Ga under Coach Craig Young. Aaron made the decision to leave MGC after just one season to enter the ranks of professional baseball with the Florida Marlins.
Aaron played with the Florida Marlins organization from 1999-2002 reaching the High A level with the Brevard County Manatees.
In 2003 Aaron came back to Chattahoochee High School where he was assistant coach to Tim Lemons through the 2005 season. Over his three years at CHS, the team went from 13-13 in 2003 to 33-4 in 2005 when they won the AAAAA State Championship.
Aaron also coached at East Cobb between 2003-2007 with the 17/18U Cardinals. The Cardinals won the 2006 USSSA National Championship in Kissimmee, Florida .
Most recently Aaron has coached with Team Georgia Baseball Academy from 2008-2011. Through his three seasons coaching the same team from 14U to 15U to 16u his TGBA team complied a 108-41 record including the 2009 Triple Crown State Championship, the 2010 USSSA State Championship, and a runner up in the 16U CABA World Series in 2011.
Aaron is currently the Director of Player Delvelopment for Team Georgia Baseball Academy 9U-13U as well as the organizations Hitting and Catching Coordinator.
Aaron and his wife Jenica assumed ownership of Grand Slam Sports Center on January 1, 2007 from Jim Poole and Barry Gold. They reside in Cumming, Ga with their daughter Kaydence and son Grayson.