2. Roberto Aguayo, K, Florida State (59th overall pick, 2016)
To think that Jason Licht still has a job as the general manager of the Buccaneers after trading back into the second round, taking Florida State kicker Roberto Aguayo, then cutting him after just one season is an incredibly baffling concept. However, Licht is still running the show in Tampa Bay while Aguayo is out of the league after one year and ranks second all-time in Buccaneers busts.
In college, Aguayo was nicknamed “Mr. Perfect,” and for good reason. As the starting kicker at Florida State for three years, Aguayo never missed an extra point, while nailing a career average of 88.5 percent of his kicks, missing just one as a freshman. For whatever reason, he became “Mr. Shank” when he made his way to Tampa Bay in 2016.
In his only season with the Buccaneers, Aguayo made only 71 percent of his kicks, missing nine field goals, and missing two extra points as well. After missing a few more kicks in the preseason of 2017, Licht decided to pull the plug on his second rounder from a year ago.
Aguayo then attempted to make both the Chicago Bears and Los Angeles Chargers, but failed to land on either active roster. He has not attempted a regular season field goal in the past two seasons, and at just the age of 24, his NFL career seems to be over.