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    Bryan Stork named to Rimington Trophy 2013 Spring Watch List

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    Florida State's Bryan Stork is included on the Rimington Trophy 2013 Spring Watch List. The award is presented annually to college football's top offensive center.

    Here is the official press release:

    NEW YORK CITY - The Rimington Trophy committee has released its 2013 Spring Watch List.

    The list includes 17 returning players from the 2012 Watch List. In all, there are 44 players on the Watch List. The SEC leads the way with nine players while the PAC-12 and the Mountain West Conference check in with five players each.

    The following is a list of those named to the 2013 Rimington Trophy Spring Watch List. 

    David Andrews
    Georgia
    6'2"
    295
    Junior
    Russell Bodine
    North Carolina
    6'4"310Junior
    Evan Boehm
    MIssouri6'3"315
    Sophomore
    Jake Brendel
    UCLA
    6'5"276
    RS Sophomore
    Betim Bujari
    Rutgers6'4"290
    Junior
    Ben Clarke
    Hawaii6'3"275
    Sophomore
    Sean Conway
    Western Kentucky
    6'3"305
    Senior
    Dillon Day
    Mississippi State
    6'4"295RS Junior 
    Reese Dismukes
    Auburn
    6'3"290
    RS Junior
    Dominic Espinosa
    Texas
    6'4"300
    Junior
    Dillon Farrell
    New Mexico
    6'5"292
    Senior
    Jay Finch
    Georgia Tech
    6'3"285Senior
    B.J. Finney
    Kansas State
    6'4"303
    Junior
    Matt Galas
    Nevada
    6'1"280Junior
    Bryce Giddens
    Arkansas State
    6'0"225Sophomore
    Hroniss Grasu
    Oregon6'3"297Junior 
    Gus Handler
    Colorado6'3"290Senior 
    Jonotthan Harrison
    Florida6'4"299
    RS Junior
    Andre Huval
    Louisiana-Lafayette6'1"290
    Senior 
    Gabe Ikard
    Oklahoma6'3"298
    RS Senior 
    Travis Jackson
    Michigan State
    6'3"280
    Junior
    David Kekuewa
    Bowling Green
    6'2"308Junior
    Ryan Kelly
    Alabama6'5"290
    RS Sophomore
    Zac Kerin
    Toledo6'5"300
    Senior
    Kody Koebensky
    Arizona State
    6'3"290
    Senior
    Tyler Larsen
    Utah State
    6'4"312
    Senior
    Taylor Lasecki
    SMU
    6'3"288
    Sophomore
    Corey Linsley
    Ohio State
    6'3"297
    Junior
    Macky MacPherson
    Syracuse
    6'2"280Senior
    Mike Marboe
    Idaho
    6'2"301
    Junior
    Shane McDermott
    Miami
    6'4"296
    Junior
    Cole Pensick
    Nebraska6'2"275
    Senior
    Ryan Powis
    Army
    6'0"248
    Junior
    Bryce Redman
    Houston
    6'1"285
    Junior
    Austin Reiter
    USF
    6'3"273RS Junior
    Weston Richburg
    Colorado State
    6'4"297RS Senior
    Isaac Seumalo
    Oregon State
    6'3"302
    Sophomore
    James Stone
    Tennessee
    6'3"300
    Senior
    Bryan Stork
    Florida State
    6'4"312
    RS Senior
    Travis Swanson
    Arkansas6'5"305
    Senior
    Evan Swindall
    Mississippi
    6'4"295Senior
    Valerian Ume-Ezeoke
    New Mexico State
    6'2"285
    Junior
    Brandon Vitabile
    Northwestern6'3"300RS Junior
    Robert Waterman
    UNLV6'2"290Junior


    While more than a dozen All-America football teams are selected annually, the Rimington Trophy committee uses these four prestigious teams to determine a winner:

    * American Football Coaches Association

    * Walter Camp Foundation

    * Sporting News

    * Football Writers Association of America


    Because the selectors of these four All-America teams can place Centers in a "mix" of offensive linemen that includes guards and tackles, their 11-man first teams can often have two Centers. Our policy is to count all players that play primarily the Center position for their respective teams as Centers, even though they maybe listed as guards or tackles on the four All American teams.

    The Center with the most first team votes will be determined the winner. If there is a tie with first team votes, then the Center with most second team votes will win. If there is still a tie, the winner will be determined by the Rimington Trophy committee.

    The winner will be honored at Rimington Trophy Presentation banquet at the Rococo Theater in Lincoln, Nebraska on January 11, 2014.

    About the Rimington Trophy
    The Rimington Trophy is presented annually to the Most Outstanding Center in NCAA Division I-A College Football. Since its inception, the Rimington Trophy has raised over $2 million for the cystic fibrosis community. The fourteen-year old award is overseen by the Boomer Esiason Foundation, which is committed to finding a cure for cystic fibrosis and has raised nearly $100 million for CF Research. 

    Dave Rimington, the award's namesake, was a consensus first-team All-America center at the University of Nebraska in 1981 and 1982, during which time he became the John Outland Trophy's only double winner as the nation's finest college interior lineman.

    For more on the Rimington Trophy and a list of past recipients, visit www.rimingtontrophy.com 

    About the NCFAA
    The Rimington Trophy is a member of the National College Football Awards Association (NCFAA). The NCFAA was founded in 1997 as a coalition of the major collegiate football awards to protect, preserve and enhance the integrity, influence and prestige of the game's predominant awards. The NCFAA encourages professionalism and the highest standards for the administration of its member awards and the selection of their candidates and recipients. For more information, visit the association's official website, ncfaa.org.

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