Ricky Aguayo, Kicker, Florida State
The Seminoles latest place kicker has quite the legacy to live up to. The son of Mexican immigrants, and the younger brother of former FSU and current NFL kicker Roberto Aguayo, sophomore Ricky Aguayo has already scored 109 points (19 field goals, 52 extra points) in his young career. The 19-year-old took over for his older brother after he had been drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2016. Ricky spent his freshman year as Roberto’s backup. Considering Roberto scored 405 career points, was a three-time All-American, three-time All-ACC, a Lou Groza Award winner and was a member of FSU’s 2013 national championship team, Ricky has some big shoes to fill.
But if the tenth ranked ‘Noles look to dethrone the reigning ACC and national champion Clemson Tigers, they’ll need every Aguayo kick to help them get there.