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Guard from Atlanta, Ga
Non-scholarship player who joined the team out of a tryout prior to the beginning of fall practice in October, 2011 ... Plays the 4-spot in Tech's "Iron Five" scout team in practice ... Wore No. 11 as a freshman, No. 31 as a sophomore and junior.
2014-15 - Game-by-Game Statistics
Played in 14 games in his career, including two as a senior ... Did not score.
2013-14 - Game-by-Game Statistics
Played three games as a junior ... Played a career-high four minutes against East Tennessee State ... Scored his only career points in that game.
2012-13 - Game-by-Game Statistics
Played in five games in 2012-13 ... Played a season-high four minutes against Alabama State ... Did not score.
2011-12 - Game-by-Game Statistics
Played in 4 games - Siena on November 23, Savannah State on December 10, Clemson February 21, Wake Forest March 3.
Lettered for two seasons as a small forward under coach Floyd Mack ... Helped lead Benjamin E. Mays High School to a district championship in 2009-2010 ... Team was AAAA State Championship runner-ups ... Also lettered for two seasons under track and field coach Ron Davis ... Graduated in the top 5 percent of his class, was named a Georgia Merit Scholar, senior class president, and member of National Honor Society.
Full name is Aaron Christian Peek ... Born April 5, 1993 in Atlanta, Ga. ... Son of Eric and Sarah Peek ... His father (an architect) and his Aunt Carol both attended Georgia Tech ... His mother is an aviation engineer at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport ... Has two younger sisters ... Chose Tech because of the medical program, academics, and minority education program ... Began playing basketball at age 6... Majoring in Public Policy.