No kicker comes out of college with that low a rating. That and punting are basically the two positions that need very little adjustment from college to the pros.
You're probably right, I'll look at making an adjustment to that before the next draft. Searching the league by current kick rating there are defensive linemen with better current kick accuracy than your kicker :-/
I share nero's point of view that the kicking game is broken ATM. Bottom line is, any rookie off-the-street kicker should be able to kick XPs and 30-yard FGs consistently. Three of my kicker's misses were 30 yards or less. If a current 35 accuracy kicker is so bad he can't even kick XPs, it makes him useless, no matter what his future, because there's no way he's getting the X number of games he needs to reach his potential (except for the fact that there's no one better available right now). And if a 35 is this bad, I don't even want to know what Buffalo's kicker is like. At 8/93 accuracy, instead of being a great prospect, he might as well be cut.
This is a huge blow to competitiveness and I don't think it can wait for next season for a fix.