Florida State’s 2013 national championship team continues to stock the draft, and it is not done.
Roberto Aguayo was the 20th player from the two-deep roster to be drafted when he was taken in the second round Friday by Tampa Bay, and the 10th in the first two rounds.
That overall number likely will increase.
Linebacker Terrance Smith is the lone starter from the title game who has a chance to be drafted. Smith is projected as either a late-round pick in today’s final day of the draft or, more likely, an undrafted free agent.
Defensive tackle Nile Lawrence-Stample did not start but was in the rotation. He is projected to go anywhere from the fifth to seventh round today.
Three others who played in the game – Kermit Whitfield, Marquez White and Nate Andrews – have one year remaining in their college careers.
Aguayo and Jalen Ramsey (taken fifth overall Thursday by Jacksonville) closed out the players from that game selected in the first or second rounds. They join first rounders Kelvin Benjamin, Jameis Winston and Cam Erving; along with second rounders Lamarcus Joyner, Timmy Jernigan, Eddie Goldman, Mario Edwards and Ronald Darby.
Others drafted: Terrence Brooks (3), P.J. Williams (3), Devonta Freeman (4), Bryan Stork (4), Tre Jackson (4), Telvin Smith (5), Karlos Williams (5), Rashad Greene (5), Nick O’Leary (6), Bobby Hart (7).
Seven others have signed as undrafted free agents.
DE DeMarcus Walker, FB Freddie Stevenson, RB Ryan Green were backups who did not play in the title game.