Roberto Aguayo will enter the NFL Draft this year after three record setting Years kicking at FSU but another Aguayo, Ricky, will take off where big brother left off. Ricky has already enrolled at Florida State along with 6 other soon to be stars.
Roberto Aguayo was at FSU for 4 years and has completed His degree in criminology. He red shirted His first year before setting records in each of the next three.
”These last four years have been nothing short of incredible on and off the field,” Aguayo said in a statement Wednesday. “I have made memories that I will always treasure. One goal when I got here was to graduate, and I’m thankful I was able to earn my degree in criminology this fall.”
Roberto never missed an extra point or a kick inside the 40 so expect NFL teams to make room in an early round of the NFL Draft in late April. Roberto’s decision to leave one year early was an easy one for two reasons. His little Brother is as good as He is so He felt like He is leaving FSU in good hands, second, the NFL rule change for extra points is a big benefit for an accurate kickers and should make Him more valuable. The extra points are now 33 yards and are no longer automatic.
— FSU Football (@FSU_Football) January 7, 2016
When you're the most accurate NCAA kicker of all time, it makes sense to declare early for the NFL Drafthttps://t.co/OsJx6hxICw
— SB✯Nation CFB (@SBNationCFB) January 7, 2016
Roberto Aguayo is leaving for the NFL, but his little brother Ricky just arrived on campus. https://t.co/30NoPPCakO
— Bud Elliott (@TomahawkNation) January 6, 2016