Rangers have had three players - Jon Daly, Nicky Law and Lee Wallace - nominated for SPFL League One Player of the Year.
The Glasgow club have dominated the division this season, unbeaten in 32 league games with 30 wins and 92 points - some 34 points clear of second-placed Dunfermline.
Striker Daly has scored 21 goals in 34 appearances, while Law has bagged nine goals from midfield and Wallace has been the mainstay of their back four, conceding just 16 goals all season and keeping 21 clean sheets.
Speaking to Sky Sports after his nomination, Daly said: "It's been a good season for me and the league campaign has gone well.
"We are hoping to finish that strongly and go the whole season unbeaten. We can finish with over 100 points and 100 league goals but we have four tough games to go against teams pushing for the play-offs.
"It would be a fantastic achievement to stay unbeaten at any level and we're hoping we can."
Ayr United striker Michael Moffatt, who has scored 26 goals in 33 appearances, is the only other nominee for the award in League One.
The SPFL Championship's leading scorer Rory Loy, with 19 goals for Falkirk, is a nominee for the second tier's Player of the Year along with Cowdenbeath striker Kane Hemmings and Dundee's Peter MacDonald, as well as Hamilton midfielder Anthony Andreu.
Berwick Rangers defender Lee Currie, who has scored 16 times from the back this season, is a nominee for League Two Player of the Year alongside Peterhead duo Andy Rodgers and Rory McAllister, and Annan Athletic's Kenny MacKay.