Arkansas Razorbacks senior offensive tackle Dan Skipper and sophomore running back Rawleigh Williams on Thursday netted their second All-SEC football honors this week.

Arkansas Razorbacks senior offensive tackle Dan Skipper and sophomore running back Rawleigh Williams on Thursday netted their second All-SEC football honors this week.

Arkansas junior center Frank Ragnow and Arkansas freshman defensive tackle McTelvin “Sosa” Agim and freshman linebacker D’Jon “Scoota” Harris also were SEC recognized Thursday.

Skipper was named first-team All-SEC Thursday by the Associated Press and earlier this week was declared first-team All-SEC on the Coaches’ All-SEC team.

At 6-10, the tallest lineman in college football, Skipper three times during his career was named SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week and for his ability to block place-kicks once was named SEC Special Teams Player of the Week.

After the Razorbacks oppose Virginia Tech in the Belk Bowl Dec. 29 in Charlotte, N.C., graduating senior Skipper has been invited in January to play in the East-West Shrine game in St. Petersburg Fla.

Williams, the SEC regular season rushing champion netting 1,326 yards and 11 touchdowns on 233 carries, earned first-team AP All-SEC honors Thursday after being voted second-team All-SEC by the SEC coaches.

In seven games this season Williams has exceeded 100 yards rushing including a career best 205 yards and four touchdowns in Arkansas’ 58-42 SEC victory at  Mississippi State. He also threw a surprise goal-line touchdown pass to tight end Austin Cantrell of  Roland, Okla.

Ragnow also was voted second-team All-SEC Thursday by media voting in the AP poll and earlier this week was declared first-team All-America and termed “the best center in college football,” by Pro Football Focus.

Agim, a graduate of Hope High School, and Agim, both were voted it was announced Thursday by SEC Coaches on their SEC All-Freshman team.

Opening the season as a reserve defensive end, Agim, a mid-term high school graduate first enrolling at the UA last January for the spring semester, forged into the lineup the last four games at defensive tackle. For the season Agim made 25 tackles with five behind the line including two quarterbacks sacks and twice was credited with hurrying quarterbacks into incomplete passes.

On Wednesday, Arkansas senior linebacker and pre-med student Brooks Ellis of Fayetteville was named SEC football’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year.