Twenty-first annual gala honors success in the classroom and community.
Chewins owns a 3.91 grade-point average as a finance major.
In all, 126 Spartans were recognized for having a 3.0 or higher GPA.
Six Spartans collect Academic All-Big Ten accolades for third-straight season part of second-straight season setting new program record.
Chewins is now eligible to earn Academic All-America honors.
2017 SEASON (SOPHOMORE): Started at left tackle in all 13 games . . . ranked second on the offensive line with 50.5 knockdowns, while ranking fifth with six dominators . . . named to CoSIDA Academic All-America First Team for his 3.91 GPA in finance, becoming the fifth first-team Academic All-America selection under head coach Mark Dantonio . . . played in 897 snaps, third most on the team and second most on the offensive line . . . posted 3.5 knockdowns and one dominator in playing 61 offensive snaps against No. 18 Washington State in the Holiday Bowl . . . had three knockdowns in 76 snaps at Rutgers . . . played in 61 offensive snaps against Maryland, logging three knockdowns . . . was in on 76 snaps after starting at left tackle against No. 7 Penn State, notching two knockdowns . . . played in 78 offensive snaps at Northwestern, notching three knockdowns . . . played in all 77 offensive snaps of Indiana win after starting at left tackle, posting second-best grade on O-line . . . started at Minnesota and earned Spartan Offensive Lineman of the Week honors, posting five knockdowns, including one dominator, in 62 offensive snaps . . . played in all 64 snaps against No. 7 Michigan, logging four knockdowns, including one dominator . . . posted three knockdowns in playing all 68 offensive plays against Iowa . . . logged four knockdowns, including one dominator, in tying for the most snaps on the offensive line with 72 against Western Michigan . . . tied for the most snaps on the offensive line with 78 plays against BGSU while posting eight knockdowns.
2016 SEASON (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN): Played in all 12 games to earn his first letter . . . started the last three games at left tackle (Rutgers, Ohio State, Penn State) . . . played more than 300 snaps on the offensive line at left tackle . . . honorable mention choice to the BTN.com All-Freshman Team . . . named offensive recipient of the team's Outstanding Underclass Lineman Award . . . Academic All-Big Ten selection and Big Ten Distinguished Scholar honoree . . . initially started the season on special teams but saw his playing time increase throughout the season . . . recorded six knockdowns against No. 2 Ohio State in a starting role . . . made first career start vs. Rutgers at left tackle and had an offensive line-best 5.5 knockdowns to earn one of three Spartan "Unsung Hero" team awards . . . logged one knockdown at Illinois while playing both left and right tackle; played 60 snaps against the Fighting Illini . . . played 35 snaps against Michigan in his first extended action of the season.
2015 SEASON: Redshirted . . . named Scout Team Offensive Player of the Week vs. Maryland.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Played on the offensive line in the second annual Border Classic as Team Michigan defeated Team Ohio, 24-7, on June 13, 2015, at Wayne State University in Detroit . . . rated among the nation's top tight ends by ESPN.com (No. 30) . . . ranked among the state's top seniors by the Detroit Free Press (No. 6), The Detroit News (No. 14), Lansing State Journal (No. 20), Scout.com (No. 22) and ESPN.com (No. 26) . . . named to The Detroit News and MLive Dream Teams . . . selected captain of the Detroit Free Press All-State Dream Team . . . three-year letterman and two-year, two-way starter for Coach Kurt Richardson at Clarkston (Michigan) High School . . . helped lead the Wolves to back-to-back Division 1 state championships . . . earned All-Metro North honors from The Detroit News in 2014 . . . also named to all-county and all-conference teams as a senior . . . entered his senior season as one of the state's top tight ends but moved to left tackle as a result of injuries . . . anchored an offensive line that helped the Wolves average 37 points per game en route to an unbeaten record in 2014 . . . selected team Defensive MVP after recording 47 tackles (28 solos, 19 assists) and two interceptions from his defensive end position as a senior . . . broke up two passes and blocked a field-goal attempt in the state title game vs. Saline . . . returned an interception for a touchdown vs. Oxford . . . son of Paul and Stacey Chewins . . . born Nov. 25, 1996 . . . finance major.