Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud is picking up hardware like his predecessors.

As the Big Ten announced the rest of its postseason awards on Wednesday afternoon, Stroud was named the offensive player of the year. He was also recognized as the league’s quarterback of the year and freshman of the year, becoming the first-ever to receive all three honors.

"Without my teammates and team and coaches, I wouldn’t be able to do it, so I’m really blessed for all of them," Stroud said during an appearance on the Big Ten Network following the reveal.

In his debut behind center this fall, Stroud put together one of the best statistical seasons in the conference.