2014 NFL Draft: Center Prospects You Should Know

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Bryan Stork – 6’4 – 312lbs – Florida State

Bryan Stork is another taller than average center who helped E.J. Manuel become the first quarterback taken off the board in the 2013 NFL Draft. He has played both guard and center in college which gives this interior lineman the greatly valued versatility revered by all NFL coaches. He replaced Kansas City’s own Rodney Hudson in 2012, after four games was moved to center and has remained there ever since. A former high school tight end, Stork possesses unique athleticism for man his size. To this date, Stork has had 27 career starts and is the only starting offensive lineman for Florida State with more than one career start. He has been hailed as a leader for the unit and is by all accounts, the best center prospect in the draft. Does that mean a team will pull a Jerry Jones and draft him in the first round? Not likely, but his value can’t be overstated