Ohio State's Aaron Craft Celebrates Pi Day by Showing He Is Insanely Smart

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistMarch 14, 2014

The Ohio State University

Never doubt Aaron Craft, on or off the court.

The Ohio State point guard can solve a Rubik's Cube, he can make brilliant hustle plays and he apparently has a great memory.

March 14 is known as "Pi Day," and there is no better time to show how many digits you can recite than on this day. Craft can recite 63 of pi's digits, which is just insane.

There's a reason the senior is a three-time Academic All-American, and he repeated as the Division I men's basketball Academic All-America of the Year, via the Big Ten.

[The Ohio State University, h/t USA TODAY's FTW]

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