If there is another glaring reason why Aaron and Andrew are yes-sir, no-sir young men, all anyone needs to do is look at their father, Aaron Sr., who owns his own car lot, The Driver's Edge. Aaron Sr. makes sure his sons are grounded — very grounded. While many of the nation's top recruits get ingratiated with the spoils of their status every summer, you may find Andrew and Aaron toiling at dad's lot, washing and vacuuming cars.
It all stems from the work ethic instilled into Aaron Sr.
"My boys were raised to be humble. Fortunately, Aaron and Andrew haven't had a day in their lives when they wanted for anything. I see the pressure placed on these kids in these summer leagues. There were kids that I saw for the first time that the kids were the ones who were the adults and the ones in charge, and the parents were the ones acting like the children and letting their children talk to them any way they wanted. That's not happening here. My sons know about respect. It's important that they get an education. A lot of these families put all their eggs in the basketball basket. I really didn't want to believe that, but I guess they do. That won't happen with my sons."
This is the best quote in there...Tuesday at 8:53pm