Here is the list of the Iowa Hawkeyes who have won national and Big Ten awards.

Heisman Trophy

Nile Kinnick, 1939

Outland Trophy

The Outland Trophy, selected by the Football Writers Association of America, honors the outstanding interior lineman each season.
Cal Jones, 1955
Alex Karras, 1957
Robert Gallery, 2003
Mike Devlin, Semifinalist, 1992
Brandon Scherff, 2014
Tristan Wirfs, Semifinalist, 2019
Daviyon Nixon, Finalist, 2020

Maxwell Award

Selected by the Maxwell Football Club of Philadelphia, this award is presented each season to the nation’s outstanding college football player.
Nile Kinnick, 1939
Chuck Long, 1985
Brad Banks, Finalist, 2002
Shonn Greene, Semifinalist, 2008
Ricky Stanzi, Semifinalist, 2010

Davey O’Brien Award

Presented by the Davey O’Brien Educational and Charitable Trust of Fort Worth, Texas, this award honors the No. 1 quarterback in the nation each season.
Chuck Long, 1985
Brad Banks, 2002
Ricky Stanzi, Semifinalist, 2009
Ricky Stanzi, Semifinalist, 2010

Associated Press National Player of the Year

Presented by the Associated Press, this award honors the college football Player of the Year, as selected by a panel of sportswriters throughout the nation.
Brad Banks, 2002

Lou Groza Award

The Lou Groza Collegiate Place-Kicker Award goes each year to the top kicker in the nation. The award is presented by the Palm Beach County Sports Commission and is determined by a national voting panel of approximately 300 sportswriters, sportscasters, college conference officials, Division I-A head football coaches, professional football kickers and previous finalists. 
Nate Kaeding, 2002
Nate Kaeding, One of three finalists, 2003
Kyle Schlicher, Semifinalist, 2005
Mike Meyer, Semifinalist, 2011
Mike Meyer, Semifinalist, 2012
Keith Duncan, one of three finalists, 2019

John Mackey Award

Presented by the Nassau County Sports Commission, the John Mackey Award goes each year to the best tight end in the nation. The winner must demonstrate outstanding athletic abilities, be in good academic standing and exhibit positive sportsmanship qualities.
Dallas Clark, 2002
Tony Moeaki, Semifinalist, 2009
Allen Reisner, Semifinalist, 2010
T.J. Hockenson, 2018
Noah Fant, Semifinalist, 2018

Walter Camp Player of the Year

Randy Duncan, National Back of the Year, 1958
Brad Banks, Finalist, 2002
Desmond King, Finalist, 2015

Defensive Performer of the Year

This national award is presented by the College Football Performance Awards and is based on weekly defensive performance.
Adrian Clayborn, 2009

Bronko Nagurski Trophy

Pat Angerer, Finalist, 2009
Josey Jewell, Finalist, 2017

Rimington Award

Bruce Nelson, Finalist, 2002
Austin Blythe, Finalist, 2015
Tyler Linderbaum, Finalist, 2020

Butkus Award

Larry Station, Second, 1985
Chad Greenway, Semifinalist, 2005
Josey Jewell, Finalist, 2016
Josey Jewell, Semifinalist, 2017

Ted Hendricks Award

Adrian Clayborn, Finalist, 2010
A.J. Epenesa, Finalist, 2019

Doak Walker Award

Albert Young, Semifinalist, 2005
Shonn Greene, 2008

Rotary Lombardi Award

Jeff Drost, Semifinalist, 1986
Mike Devlin, Semifinalist, 1992
Jared DeVries, Semifinalist, 1998
Robert Gallery, Semifinalist, 2003
Adrian Clayborn, Finalist, 2010
Brandon Scherff, Semifinalist, 2014
Chuck Bednarik Defensive Player of the Year
Chad Greenway, Semifinalist, 2005
Pat Angerer, Semifinalist, 2009
Adrian Clayborn, Semifinalist, 2010
Desmond King, Semifinalist, 2016
Joshua Jackson, Semifinalist, 2017
Josey Jewell, Semifinalist, 2017

Lott IMPACT Trophy

Chad Greenway, Quarterfinalist, 2005
Abdul Hodge, Quarterfinalist, 2005
James Morris, Finalist, 2013
Desmond King, Semifinalist, 2016
Josey Jewell, 2017
A.J. Epenesa, Quarterfinalist, 2019

Jim Thorpe Award

Merton Hanks, Semifinalist, 1990
Bob Sanders, Quarterfinalist, 2003
Tyler Sash, Semifinalist, 2009
Tyler Sash, Semifinalist, 2010
Desmond King, 2015
Desmond King, Semifinalist, 2016
Joshua Jackson, Finalist, 2017

Ray Guy Award

Ryan Donahue, Semifinalist, 2009
Ryan Donahue, Finalist, 2010

Mosi Tatupu Special Teams Player of the Year

Kahlil Hill, 2001
Wuerffel Trophy
James Morris, Finalist, 2013

Polynesian College Player of the Year Award

A.J. Epenesa, One of five finalists, 2018
A.J. Epenesa, One of five finalists, 2019

Burlsworth Trophy

Mark Weisman, Finalist, 2014

Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award

Ricky Stanzi, Finalist, 2010
Nate Stanley, Finalist, 2019

Jack Lambert Award (Touchdown Club of Columbus)

Josey Jewell, 2017

Ozzie Newsome Award (Touchdown Club of Columbus)

T.J. Hockenson, 2018

Jack Tatum Award (Touchdown Club of Columbus)

Desmond King, 2015
Joshua Jackson, 2017

Joe Moore Award (Most Outstanding Offensive Line)

Iowa, 2016

Silver Football Award as Most Valuable Player in the Big Ten

Willis Glassgow (HB, 1929)
Joe Laws (QB, 1933)
Nile Kinnick (HB, 1939)
Bill Reichardt (FB, 1951)
Ken Ploen (QB, 1956)
Randy Duncan (QB, 1958)
Chuck Long (QB, 1985)
Nick Bell (RB, 1990)
Brad Banks (QB, 2002)
Shonn Greene (RB, 2008)

Big Ten Athlete of the Year

Chuck Long, 1986

Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year

Chuck Long (QB, 1985)
Nick Bell (RB, 1990)
Matt Rodgers (QB, 1990)
Tavian Banks (RB, 1997)
Brad Banks (QB, 2002)
Shonn Greene (RB, 2008)

Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year

Leroy Smith (DE, 1991)

Nagurski-Woodson Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year

Josey Jewell, 2017
Daviyon Nixon, 2020

Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year

Mike Haight, 1985
Dave Croston, 1986
Mike Devlin, 1992
Eric Steinbach, 2002
Robert Gallery, 2003
Bryan Bulaga, 2009

Rimington-Pace Offensive Lineman of the Year

Brandon Scherff, 2014
Tristan Wirfs, 2019

Richter-Howard Big Ten Receiver of the Year

Marvin McNutt, Jr. , 2011

Kwalick-Clark Big Ten Tight End of the Year

T.J. Hockenson, 2018

Big Ten Defensive Lineman of the Year

Paul Hufford, 1984
Dave Haight, 1987
Leroy Smith, 1991
Jared DeVries, 1997
Mitch King, 2008

Smith-Brown Defensive Lineman of the Year

Daviyon Nixon, 2020

Butkus-Fitzgerald Linebacker of the Year

Josey Jewell, 2017

Tatum-Woodson Big Ten Defensive Back of the Year

Micah Hyde, 2012
Desmond King, 2015
Joshua Jackson, 2017
Amani Hooker, 2018

Rodgers-Dwight Big Ten Return Specialist of the Year

Ihmir Smith-Marsette, 2018

Bakken-Andersen Big Ten Kicker of the Year

Keith Duncan, 2019

Eddleman-Fields Big Ten Punter of the Year

Tory Taylor, 2020

National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete

John Hendricks, 1968
Bobby Elliott, 1975
Mike Flagg, 1987
Derek Rose, 1998
Mike Klinkenborg, 2007
James Morris, 2013
Draddy Award/Campbell Trophy
John Hendricks, Finalist, 1968
Bobby Elliott, Finalist, 1975
Mike Flagg, Finalist, 1987
Mike Elgin, Semifinalist, 2006
Derek Rose, Finalist, 1998
Mike Klinkenborg, Finalist, 2007
Matt Kroul, Semifinalist, 2008
James Morris, Finalist, 2013

AFCA Academic Achievement Award (Team)

Honorable Mention: 1998, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2006

Grantland Rice Trophy

Presented to the National Champion, the top-ranked team in the final Grantland Rice Super 16 Poll.
Iowa 1958 (Head Coach: Forest Evashevski, Record: 8-1-1)

AFCA Coach of the Year

Dr. Eddie Anderson, 1939
Kirk Ferentz, Region Three, 2002
Kirk Ferentz, Region Three, 2009
Kirk Ferentz, Region Three, 2015

Walter Camp Coach of the Year

Kirk Ferentz, 2002

Associated Press Coach of the Year

Kirk Ferentz, 2002

FWAA Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year

Kirk Ferentz, 2002 (1 of 4 Finalists)
Kirk Ferentz, 2004 (1 of 6 Finalists)
Kirk Ferentz, 2015

Bobby Dodd Trophy

Kirk Ferentz, 2015

Amos Alonzo Stagg Award

Hayden Fry, 2005

Big Ten Coach of the Year

(named by coaches, 1982-91)
Hayden Fry, 1990
Hayden Fry, 1991

Hayes-Schembechler Big Ten Conference Coach of the Year

Kirk Ferentz, 2015

Dave McClain Big Ten Coach of the Year

(named by media since 1972)
Hayden Fry, 1981
Hayden Fry, 1990
Kirk Ferentz, 2002
Kirk Ferentz, 2004
Kirk Ferentz, 2009
Kirk Ferentz, 2015

Broyles Award (Assistant Coach of the Year)

Norm Parker, 2005 (one of six Finalists)
Norm Parker, 2004 (one of six Finalists)

AFCA Assistant Coach of the Year

Ron Aiken, 2002
Norm Parker, 2011