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Florida State lands Ricky Aguayo, brother of kicker Roberto Aguayo

Another Aguayo in Tallahassee.

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Over the last two years, Florida State's Roberto Aguayo has been the best kicker in the country. Saturday, his little brother Ricky, a top kicking recruit elected to commit to FSU, tweeting:

"Thrilled to announce that I have committed to Florida State! Looking forward to kicking in Doak Campbell on Saturdays! #GoNoles"

The younger Aguayo kicks for the IMG Academy in Bradenton (Fla.), and was recently offered by the Seminoles. He is listed at 5'11, 160 by 247Sports.

"It feels good. Obviously my brother is there, but I want to go there and make a name for myself," Ricky Aguayo said to the Orlando Sentinel. "I'm going to go up there like my brother didn't go there and make my own name and do my job and hopefully set some new records and win my own Groza."

Florida State currently has the No. 1 recruiting class in the country according to 247Sports.

It is important to note that while FSU's other specialist commit Logan Tyler kicks and punts, Aguayo is strictly a kicker, so the most likely scenario should both commitments stick is for Aguayo to kick and Tyler to punt.

Here is Aguayo's evaluation from Kohls Kicking.

Aguayo is an impressive ball striker who hits clean rotation off the ground. His brother is the best kicker in college and is a probable early round draft pick in the NFL. He has shown great talent and continued to get stronger over the last couple of years. He has the frame and look of a big-time kicker. Aguayo is competitive and wants to be great. Should land a D1 scholarship because of all that he has going for him and his ability to still get stronger in the years to come.