N.C. State honored Russell Wilson and Nate Irving, the stars of last year's nine-win team, one more time.
Wilson was named the team's most valuable player, most valuable offensive bad and earned the captain's award during the team's annual awards dinner on Tuesday.
Wilson, who is with the Colorado Rockies at spring training in Arizona, did not attend the event. He's not participating in spring practice and is not expected to rejoin the team in the fall but he has a season of eligibility left.
Irving completed his college career with the team award for most valuable linebacker, the captain's award and the Ken McNeill Iron Wolf award For for the greatest comeback from injury.
Irving worked out Wednesday morning on campus for NFL scouts at the team's pro day.
Other award winners included defensive end David Akinniyi, for sportsmanship and integrity and the team's best grade point average.
Carey Brewbaker award (most valuable defensive lineman): Natanu Mageo
Most valuable defensive back: Earl Wolff
Most valuable linebacker: Nate Irving
Jim Ritcher award (most Valuable offensive lineman): Jake Vermiglio
Special teams player of the year: Taylor Gentry
Most valuable offensive back: Russell Wilson
Mike Hardy award (player who demonstrates a winning attitude and plays above his capabilities): Jarvis Williams
Bo Rein award: (player who makes a vital contribution in an unsung role): George Bryan
Bob Warren award (integrity and sportsmanship): David Akinniyi
Al Michaels award (player who puts team before self): Audie Cole
Ken McNeill Iron Wolf aware (greatest comeback from injury): Nate Irving
Earle Edwards award (letterman with highest GPA): David Akinniyi
Gary Rowe award (most season receptions): Owen Spencer
Captain's awards (voted on by their teammates prior to the season): Russell Wilson, Jarvis Williams, Nate Irving
Scout team player of the year (offense): Daniel Imhoff
Scout team player of the year (defense): Zach Powell