Bo Nix will need to pick out his best suit for a trip to New York City on Saturday.

On Monday night, the Heisman Trophy Trust named Nix a finalist for the most coveted individual award in sports — the Heisman Trophy. He’ll be joined in NYC by Washington’s Michael Penix Jr., LSU’s Jayden Daniels, and Ohio State’s Marvin Harrison Jr.

The winner of the award will be announced on Saturday, Dec. 9, during a live ceremony on ESPN at 5 p.m. PT.

Nix will look to become the second player in program history to win the Heisman, following in the footsteps of Marcus Mariota in 2014. Only two other Oregon players have finished in the top four of voting for the award — LaMichael James in 2010 and Joey Harrington in 2001.

Until the Pac-12 Championship Game on Friday night, it looked like the award was Nix’s to lose.

A 34-31 loss to Washington in the title game helped pave the way for Daniels to surge as the new betting favorite for the award.

Nix was picked off in the game, but he also threw for 239 yards, ran for another 69, and scored three touchdowns.

On the season, the super-senior quarterback for the Ducks has 4,145 yards and 40 touchdowns through the air. He has completed an FBS-best 77.2% of his passes.

Nix is fifth nationally in yards per pass attempt. He’s tied with Daniels for the FBS lead in touchdown throws. He’s second in passing yardage (trailing only Penix). And he’s second to Daniels in both Total QBR (91) and EPA (104.3).

Throughout the month of November, Nix went on an absolute tear as Oregon ripped off four dominant wins to position itself at the doorstep of the College Football Playoff.

He had 386 yards and six total touchdowns in three quarters of play against Cal. He had 412 yards and four touchdowns against USC. He had 404 yards and six passing touchdowns in one half against Arizona State. Then he threw for 367 yards and scored three total touchdowns in a win over Oregon State.

After a 42-6 win over Colorado, Dan Lanning called Nix the best quarterback in the country. After a 35-6 win over Utah, Lanning said the same thing again. Lanning has explained that Nix, at times, will call plays for the offense and sit in on offensive staff meetings to give his input on the gameplan.

He’s seen so much football, the mental component sets him apart from any other quarterback Lanning has said he’s ever been around.

“Bo Nix is special,” Lanning said after the USC game. “I think everybody else in the world is starting to recognize that. He’s a great player, he’s a better teammate, he’s a phenomenal man. We’re so glad he’s an Oregon Duck.”