Florida State kicker Roberto Aguayo has officially announced his decision to forgo his senior season and enter the 2016 NFL Draft.
Aguayo leaves Florida State as quite possible the most prolific in Florida State history, the winner of the 2013 Lou Groza Award and a first-team All-American from at least one outlet in each of the last three seasons, becoming only the second Seminole to ever accomplish this behind Deion Sanders.
He was a perfect 198 for 198 on extra points in his career, an ACC record, and a remarkable 267/276 (97.4%) on all kicks over his three years at Florida State. In fact, Aguayo's 97.4% conversion rate over the course of his career is a new NCAA record, breaking the 96.7% mark set by Nebraska's Alex Henery from 2007 through 2010.
Unsurprisingly, Aguayo is listed as the No. 1 kicker prospect according to NFL Draft Scout and is the 62nd overall prospect for the 2016 draft per CBS Sports. WalterFootball has Aguayo projected as their top kicker and a 4th-6th round pick in the upcoming draft.
Despite Roberto moving on to the NFL, the Aguayo name will stay close to Florida State for the immediate future as his brother, highly-rated kicker Ricky Aguayo, early-enrolled at FSU at the beginning of this semester and is poised to become the next one up in a long line of successful Seminole kickers.