The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have officially signed second-round K Roberto Aguayo to a four-year deal on Monday, according to Rick Stroud.
The Buccaneers have now officially locked up their entire 2016 draft class following this move.
Aguayo, 22, was taken with the No. 59 overall pick by the Buccaneers over a month ago. The Buccaneers drew criticism for trading up to get a place kicker in round two, but the team later said they had a first-round grade on Aguayo and believe he’ll be a huge asset for them in the coming years. The move up for Aguayo cost the Buccaneers picks No. 74 and 106 overall.
According to OverTheCap.com, Aguayo receives a four-year contract worth $4,052,572 to go along with a signing bonus of $1,147,324.
During his college career at Florida State, Aguayo converted 69 of 78 field goal attempts (88.5 percent) to go along with all 198 extra point tries over the course of three seasons.