#19 Roberto Aguayo
Position: Kicker
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 203
Year: Redshirt Sophomore
Hometown: Mascotte, Fla.
High School: South Lake
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2014 All-America Candidate
2014 Lou Groza Award Candidate

2013 Honors:

  • Lou Groza Collegiate Place-Kicker Award Winner
  • Associated Press All-America First Team
  • Walter Camp Football All-America First Team
  • USA TODAY Sports All-America First Team
  • All-America First Team
  • Lindy's USA TODAY Sports All-America First Team
  • All-America Honorable Mention
  • College Football News Freshman All-America First Team
  • Athlon Sports Freshman All-America First Team
  • Sporting News Freshman All-America First Team
  • Coaches All-ACC First Team
  • All-ACC Second Team

2014 Outlook: Enters his second season as college football’s top kicker looking to join former Seminole Sebastion Janikowski (1999, 2000) as the only repeat winners of the Lou Groza Award, given to the nation’s top kicker. Has an explosive leg with impressive power and great accuracy as evidenced by only missing one field goal and no extra points in his first season. Gives FSU another weapon on offense as he is automatic on PATs and has field goal range that extends well past 50 yards. Versatile athlete with the ability to boom kickoffs for touchbacks or pin returners inside the 20.

2013: Redshirt freshman kicker had one of the most prolific kicking seasons in FSU, ACC and college football history…became the third Seminole to win the Lou Groza Award given to the nation’s top kicker…collected several All-America honors and All-ACC accolades…broke the national record for points by a kicker in a season with 157 points…old mark was 156 by Oklahoma State’s Quinn Sharp in 2012…set new record for single season scoring in both FSU and ACC history…outscored eight of FSU’s 14 opponents by himself...made 115 of his 116 kicks (.991)...went 94-94 on extra point attempts to set the NCAA record for most extra points made in a season without a miss....the highest scoring kicker in the nation and the third-highest scoring player overall (11.2 ppg)... made 94 extra points to set a new ACC and FSU record for single-season PATs (old record - 67, Scott Bentley, 1995)...converted the first 70 kicks of his career – 12 field goals and 58 PATs – setting a new FSU record for consecutive kicks made to begin a career before missing a 43-yard field goal at WF...converted 21 of 22 field goal attempts…kicked a career-long 53-yard field goal against Syracuse...named ACC Specialist of the Week after kicking two field goals and five PATs against Nevada...scored a career-high 15 points on six PATs and three field goals at Clemson...named the Lou Groza Star of the Week on Oct. 21...scored 14 points on a career-high and ACC-record-tying 11 PATs and a field goal against Idaho…made three field goals at Florida including 49- and 40-yarders…scored nine points versus Duke in the ACC Championship Game, nailing a 45-yard field goal and drilling six PATs…drilled 35-yard field goal in the first quarter to give FSU a 3-0 lead in the BCS National Championship Game against Auburn…also connected on a 41-yard field goal in the third quarter and made all four of his point after attempts to tally 10 points…his PAT following Kelvin Benjamin’s game-winning touchdown with 13 seconds left in the game gave him sole possession of the national record for single-season points by a kicker.

2012: Redshirt season

PERSONAL: Heavily involved in community service efforts and is bilingual (Spanish)...entered Florida State rated the nation’s No. 3 kicker by Rivals...sixth-best kicking prospect according to listed him as the nation’s third-best kicker...three-star prospect according to ESPN, Rivals, Scout and 247Sports...ESPN listed him as the 105th-best overall prospect in the state of Florida...listed as the 133rd-best prospect in the state by 247 of only three kickers to make the ESPNU150 Watch List for 2012...was rated the nation’s No. 1 kicking prospect at the age of 16 by Kohl’s Kicking Camps...won the kick-off competition at the ESPN Underclassman Challenge in 2010 with a 74-yard kick that had a 4.04-second hang time...high school coach considered him an offensive weapon and the best high school kicker he’s coached since UF’s Caleb Sturgis...made 7-of-8 field goals as a high school junior with his long coming from 48 yards...also accounted for 38 touchbacks in 2010...hit two field goals from 51 yards as a sophomore...longest field goal in practice was 63 yards...attended the National Invitational Scholarship Camp...named the Most Outstanding Kicker at the Jimbo Fisher Summer Camp... started his career playing soccer before he moved over to football...also ranked as the 68th-best punter in the nation by Kohl’s...favorite kicker was FSU’s Groza Award winner and current Washington Redskin Graham Gano...chose FSU over interest from Tennessee, UCLA, Arkansas, LSU and Michigan.

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