The Tampa Bay Buccaneers traded back up into the second round to select Florida State kicker Roberto Aguayo.
The Bucs traded a third-round pick (No. 74) and a fourth rounder (106) to Kansas City to move to No. 59 overall to snag the kicker.
Aguayo left FSU a year early as the most accurate kicker in NCAA history.
The Buccaneers were a revolving door at kicker last season. Tampa booters made just 72.5 percent of their FG attempts (30th in NFL) and missed three extra points.
The new extra-point rule puts a heavier emphasis on kicking accuracy, and the Bucs reached into the second round to try and solve their struggles.