I'm going w D.
Rather than thinking about what the minraise says about the players cards, think about what it says about the player.
You didn't specify MTT, SNG, or cash. In cash games (say 25nl up to 100nl), minraises lead me to question whether the player has a clue or not. There are appropriate situations in which to minraise, but if I see someone routinely minraising and I don't see a reason for it, I assume the player is a fish and act accordingly (i.e., attack).
In later MTT/SNG stages, minraising is not indicative of a fish. Before the antes kick in, I again assume a player who routinely minraises is a fish.
Fish get dealt AA just as often as the best players, so this doesn't mean their hand necessarily sucks. But it's easier to outplay a fish than someone who knows what they're doing.