Remember The Kicker The Buccaneers Selected In The 2nd Round? Yeah, He Missed His First Extra Point.
Look, as a Saints fan so you won't see me criticizing the ways in which other franchises get their hands on NFL caliber kickers. I may not agree with using such a valuable asset on one, but another year or two of watching a bunch of rotating unreliables and I might be on the precipice of changing my mock draft strategy. This, however, is the main reason not to. Obviously one missed extra point doesn't render Roberto Aguayo's flawless collegiate resume inside of 40 yards worthless, but it might as well to the fans.
Being a field goal kicker isn't like other positions. There's no learning curve and you don't get many opportunities to redeem themselves. You never want to have a player that was drafted that high on that short of a leash, but the position of field goal kicker inherently requires you to wear a proverbial choker. To be given the benefit of calling yourself a football player despite largely avoiding the dangers of being a football player you must give up the benefit of the doubt when you screw up. Sure, it was just one meaningless kick in the first of four meaningless games, but you can bet your ass it forced a significant percentage of Bucs fans to throw their hat across the room and say "ah, this guy fucking sucks too". And you know what, until Roberto Aguayo puts the next 10 attempts right through the middle of the uprights they have the right to continue to feel that way. That's why you don't take a kicker in the second round. Not because a great one isn't worth it, but because the amount of excess pressure it puts on a player whose position is intrinsically pressure packed isn't worth it.