The 18-year-old unleashed his lightning speed down the right flank at Blundell Park but, unfortunately, his raids came to nothing.
Aaron has impressed all at the Lane since his switch from Leeds United in the summer and has three appearances under his belt already, including his first Premiership start against Liverpool.
He's a very young player but I think he's an intelligent player
"He's a very young player but I think he's an intelligent player. He's got to grow up and if he does that, he has a good head on his shoulders and could solve a problem down the flanks.
"He has to do better with his crosses but that is not a problem with me because he created things and that's what I want to see.
"He proved a point to me and I believe in him - I think he can be a big player in the future."
Martin Jol picked out Aaron Lennon's cameo as the only positive at Grimsby - adding that the flying winger can be a 'big player' in the future.