Florida State kicker named to Lou Groza watch list

 

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Florida State kicker Roberto Aguayo has been named to the Lou Groza Award watch list after winning the trophy in 2013. He became the ninth Seminole to be named to college football preseason awards watch lists Wednesday.

Aguayo was named the top kicker in the nation as a freshman after setting the national record for points by a kicker with 157. He could join former Seminole Sebastian Janikowski as the only repeat winners.

Aguayo was the third Seminole to win the award and set the ACC single-season points record.

Quarterback Jameis Winston, receiver Rashad Greene, running back Karlos Williams, cornerback P.J. Williams, defensive end Mario Edwards, Jr., receiver and kick returner Kermit Whitfield, tight end Nick O'Leary and center Austin Barron were all named to preseason lists this week.

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