With the parody in the NFL at an all time high, the importance of special teams has become as important as ever. A solid, dependable kicker is the first step. Robert Aguayo is more than solid. He is not only accurate, he has range and his kickoffs sound like thunder.
Strengths: He is automatic on PATs and just about automatic on any field goal. He has missed one at Florida State. This season he is 14 for 14 on field goals with a long of 52 and 31 for 31 on extra points. He also handles the kickoff duties, in which he has the ability to kick it through the end zone or pin the opposing team inside the 20 yard line.
Weaknesses: The skill is there. The only thing I could come up with is the fact that he is only a one year starter at this point and most teams want to see more than a one hit wonder to spend a pick on especially a kicker.
Draft Prognosis: Obviously being a kicker his possible draft status is lower than other positions, but he should be the first off the board. It will just matter who is looking for a kicker and how bad they want him. High of 4th round is my guess, but more likely a 6th or 7th round pick.