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Bryan Stork

Center | Florida State

Stork arrived at FSU five years ago as a tight end, but line coach Rick Trickett saw a player who could develop into a top-tier offensive lineman. The transition didn't happen overnight, but for the past three years, Stork has been the mainstay of a line that developed from one of the nation's worst in 2011 to one of its best this season. The oldest member of the starting five in each of the past two years, Stork has started 35 career games and has been an anchor in the middle while also showing his versatility at tackle and guard. Florida State's offensive line ranks in the top 10 in yards per rush and per pass attempt. -- David Hale