Florida State kicker and 2013 Lou Groza award winner Roberto Aguayo has declared for the NFL draft. Aguayo posted this message to Twitter on Wednesday morning.
He also issued this statement through Florida State:
“After giving this decision careful thought and meeting with my family and Coach Fisher, I have decided to enter the NFL Draft,” Aguayo said “These last four years have been nothing short of incredible on and off the field. 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.
“Ever since I was a kid, I have bled Garnet and Gold. When I received a scholarship to play football at FSU from Coach Fisher it was a dream come true and a blessing.”
Aguayo finished his career 69/78 on field goals and 198/198 on extra points. He joins Deion Sanders as the only player in Florida State history to be named a 3-time All-American.
Aguayo is expected to be replaced by his little brother Ricky Aguayo as Florida State's kicker next season.