Crimson Tide running back Derrick Henry carried the rock for an SEC-record 1,986 yards this season. Now he has some hardware to carry as well, as he takes home three awards on Thursday night at the College Football Hall of Fame in downtown Atlanta.
The junior picked up Maxwell Award as the college player of the year. He beat out Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey and Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson. In 2013, AJ McCarron became the first Tide player to win the award.
Henry also received the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award, the first Alabama player to win that award.
If that was not enough, the Yulee, FL native also takes home the Doak Walker Award as the nation's best running back. Leonard Fournette and McCaffrey were the other finalists for that award.
Henry leads the nation in rushing yards and touchdowns (23, which is more than 68 FBS schools have as teams), and has four 200-plus-yard performances.