Aaron Jones will begin his junior season at Winston-Salem State University this spring after competing at Lenoir Community College in 2010 and redshirting during the 2011 spring season. Jones was named a Rawlings Region Ten Defensive National Player of the Year Award Finalist and 1st Team All-Conference after batting .404 with 10 doubles, 34 runs, and 27 RBIs in his one season at Lenoir Community College. Jones attended UNC-Wilmington and appeared in 16 games during his freshman year. Jones is no stranger to summer baseball, having played two years in the Carolina-Virginia Collegiate Summer League where he led the entire league in batting average at .431 in 2010. He was the team leader in doubles (12), walks (12) and on-base percentage (.438) during the 2011 summer campaign. Jones attended Gospel Light Christian High School where he batted .477 while posting an 8-3 pitching record with 83 strikeouts as a senior. He was a two-time All-State performer while also earning MVP honors his senior year. Jones is a native of Kernersville, North Carolina.