FAYETTEVILLE - Arkansas Razorbacks senior center Frank Ragnow, despite playing only seven of 12 games because of a season-ending ankle injury requiring surgery and sophomore linebacker De’Jon “Scoota” Harris were named Monday to the Associated Press’ All-SEC second team announced Monday in Atlanta.

All-SEC second-team last season, Ragnow of Victoria, Minn. began this season as an All-American candidate and candidate for the Rimington Trophy awarded to the nation’s outstanding center until his season-ending injury. Ragnow had started 33 consecutive games and for two seasons was graded the top graded offensive lineman in the nation by Pro Football Focus.

Off the field Ragnow was named as Arkansas’ representative to the All-SEC Community Service team.

Harris of Harvey, La. becomes Arkansas’ first All-SEC honored linebacker since current Washington Redskins linebacker Martrell Spaight was Arkansas honored All-SEC first team in 2014.

Harris not only led the Razorbacks in tackles but his 115 total stops ranked second in the SEC and included seven games, six against SEC foes, with 10 tackles or better.