FSU Kicker Aguayo Forgoes Senior Year, Enters Draft


Florida State kicker Roberto Aguayo announced on Wednesday that he will forgo his redshirt senior season and enter the 2016 NFL Draft. Aguayo, who earned his bachelor’s degree in criminology following the fall 2015 semester, will leave his mark as one of the greatest kickers in college football history. The Mascotte, Fla., native finished his Florida State career with 405 points converting on all 198 extra point opportunities and 69-of-78 field goal chances. He wrapped up the 2015 season with 112 points (21-for-26 FGs and 49-for-49 PATs) good for second on the team and sixth in the ACC.

Source: Florida State Seminoles Official Athletic Site

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