The Norwegian Football Junkie 1999 Senior Awards
|Most Valuable Player|
Nanhed, OSI Vikings.
Simply a step -make that two- above. Showed his value in the important games - vs. London in the EuroCup champ'ship game and vs. Eidsvoll in the Norwegian champ'ship game.
Runner-up: Linebacker/Fullback Roger Graber, Eidsvoll 1814s.
|1st Division Player of the Year|
|Fullback/Linebacker Jason Ready, Nidaros Domers.
Carried his team like no other player did -or had to- this season. A terror for opposing teams both on offense and on defense.
Runner-up: Fullback Nicolay Aslaksen, OSI Vikings.
|2nd Division Player of the Year|
Warhuus, Arendal Wildcats.
Dominated early in the season, enough to keep this spot despite sitting out the last game with injury. Has speed, power and agility when running. A great blocker on pass plays.
Runner-up: Linebacker Sindre Stange, Bærum Blue Devils.
|Rookie of the Year|
Rød, Sandnes Oilers.
Outstanding speed, good hands and great attitude made Rød the go-to-guy in Oilers' offense. 18 catches, 240 yards, 5 touchdowns. Also had 10 rushes for 85 yards.
Runner-up: Tight End Stig Schjerpen, Bergen Storm.
|Import Player of the Year|
|Quarterback/Safety Dan Luedtke, Eidsvoll 1814s.
Quite simply made plays. Tough guy who played both offense and defense most of the season. Always a threat to turn a broken play into a TD. Lethal passer with good scrambling ability.
Runner-up: Defensive back/returner/runningback/receiver Howie Inniss, OSI Vikings.
|Coach of the Year|
|Head Coach Chris Gauvreau, OSI Vikings.
This was a very, very close call...got the award due to the Vikes becoming EuroCup runner-ups, winning the Norwegian champ'ship and getting ranked #14 in Europe by AMPRO.
Runner-up: Head Coach Don Jess, Hamar Ruins.