DURANT, Okla. (AP) _ Southeastern Oklahoma State offensive lineman Rayshaun Hollings is a second-team selection on The Associated Press' Little All-America football team released today.
The 6-foot-2, 290-pound senior guard from Grand Prairie, Texas, is the first Southeastern player ever named to the list of top players from NCAA divisions 2 and 3 and the NAIA.
Hollings was a four-year starter at Southeastern and anchored the lines of three-straight Lone Star Conference North Division champions, including a unit that helped the Savage Storm to their lone Division Two playoff appearance in 2004.
He earned all-Lone Star Conference honors for four straight years. Only two other players in school history, current coach Joe Jones and former defensive lineman Elmar Perry, had made all-conference four straight years.