Roberto Aguayo was a very good kicker in college at Florida State.

He’d better be a very, very good kicker in the NFL, for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ sake.

The Buccaneers used a second-round pick — yes, second round — on Aguayo on Friday night in the NFL draft. Even more bizarre, they traded up to select him.

It is the highest draft choice used on a kicker league-wide, according to Pro Football Reference, since Mike Nugent also went in the second round in 2005. Nugent was chosen by the New York Jets. The Oakland Raiders used a first-round pick on Sebastian Janikowski in 2000.

Aguayo connected on 69 of 78 field goal attempts, or 88.5 percent, and all 198 of his extra points in three seasons at Florida State.

The Bucs traded a third-round pick (No. 74) and one in the fourth round (No. 106) to the Chiefs to move to No. 59 overall to snag the kicker.