FSU lands three on Phil Steele all-American teams
A trio of Florida State players were honored on Monday as Phil Steele released his preseason teams and awards.
Leading the way for the Seminoles was junior kicker Roberto Aguayo, who named a preseason all-American first-teamer and the preseason special teams player of the year.
Also receiving honors from Steele was junior cornerback Jalen Ramsey and senior linebacker Terrance Smith.
Ramsey named to the preseason all-American second-team, while Smith received preseason all-American fourth-team honors.
Aguayo is a former Lou Groza Award winner and a two-time all-American. For his career, Aguayo has converted 48 of his 52 field goal attempts for an NCAA record 92.3 field goal percentage.
Ramsey is a versatile member of the FSU secondary, having played corner, safety and the star position for the Seminoles.
In 2014, Ramsey was named a USA today all-American and an all-ACC first-teamer. Ramsey enters this season having started 28 consecutive games.
Smith tallied 87 tackles for FSU in 2014 to earn all-ACC second-team honors and is heading into his third season as a starter for the Seminoles.
Steele also released his preseason all-ACC team on Monday, which featured the following FSU players.
RB Dalvin Cook
LB Terrance Smith
LB Reggie Northrup
K Roberto Aguayo
OT Roderick Johnson
CB Jalen Ramsey
WR Travis Rudolph
DE DeMarcus Walker
WR Ermon Lane
DE Chris Casher
DB Trey Marshall
(h/t Florida State)