during the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl at the Georgia Dome on December 31, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia.

FSU's Roberto Aguayo declares for the NFL draft

A kicker leaving early for the NFL Draft is something that you don't see often, but of course, kickers like Roberto Aguayo don't come around too often either.

Florida State football released a statement on Wednesday, announcing that Aguayo will forego his senior season and enter the NFL Draft.

Aguayo has scored 405 points in his career at Florida State, knocking down 69-of-78 field goal attempts and 100-percent of extra-point attempts. Aguayo has also been an expert on kickoffs in his career, with 56-percent of his kickoffs going for touchbacks in the 2015 season. He should be able to find a job very easily in the NFL.

Bad news for Florida State? Not quite; Aguayo's younger brother, Ricky, will likely be taking over the kicking duties for the Seminoles in the 2016 season.