Notre Dame football looks back on 2017 at annual Echoes Award show
Though one more game still remains for Notre Dame, Friday was a night to look back at the season with the annual Echoes Awards show.
The Fighting Irish re-lived some of the season's highlights, and handed out several individual awards.
Offensive lineman Quenton Nelson was named the team's Most Valuable Player, becoming the first lineman to earn that distinction since 1975 and the third in school history.
Overall, 17 players were honored at the Echoes.
Team MVP: Quenton Nelson
Offensive Player of the Year: Josh Adams
Defensive Player of the Year: Nyles Morgan
Special Teams Player of the Year: Greer Martini
Lineman of the Year: Jerry Tillery
Offensive Lineman of the Year: Mike McGlinchey
Offensive Newcomer of the Year: Brandon Wimbush
Defensive Newcomer of the Year: Jonathan Bonner
Impact Player: Te'Von Coney
Rockne Student-Athlete of the Year: Drue Tranquill
Next Man In: Andrew Trumbetti
Irish Around the Bend (Community Service): Nic Weishar
Father Lange Iron Cross (Weight Room Dedication): Durham Smythe
WOPU (Walk-On) Player of the Year: Robert Regan
Pietrosante Award (Courage, Loyalty, Teamwork): Austin Webster
Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year: Dillan Gibbons
Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year: Alohi Gillman