Center Bryan Stork comes in at No. 42 as we continue our countdown of the Top-75 players in Florida State history. Stork was recruited by Florida State as a tight end, but after redshirting made the move to the interior offensive line. He started five games his sophomore year before taking over the center position from Ryan McMahon. He started at center for the last two years of his career and in 2013 he helped lead Florida State to their third National Championship. He was named to three first team All-American teams and was awarded the Rimington trophy as the best center in college football that year as well.
Stork was drafted in the 4th round of the 2014 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots. Halfway through his rookie season he moved into the starting center role and helped the Patriots win the Superbowl. He became just the second Florida State player to win a Superbowl the year after he won a National Championship.