NFL Draft’s top kicker wanted culture change at FSU amid off-field issues
Former Florida State kicker Roberto Aguayo is set to be the first player at his position selected in the draft this year. He’s the NCAA’s most accurate kicker of all time, making 88.5 percent of his field goal attempts and all 198 of his extra point tries.
He accomplished just about everything possible at Florida State, including winning the Lou Groza Award as the nation’s top kicker.
Obviously his accolades and numbers are spectacular, but his impact on the Seminoles is equally important. It’s well known that Florida State has gone through several off-field issues, from Jameis Winston numerous off-field encounters to last season when star running back Dalvin Cook was suspended for allegedly punching a woman.