Q&A: 2014 running back Shaun Nixon 

November, 14, 2012
Austin (Texas) Lake Travis has won five straight Class 4A state championships. Now they’re in Class 5A and looking to make another title run.

The Cavaliers won their 15-5A district, but they’re going to have a hard time earning a six-peat if 2014 running back Shaun Nixon is sidelined.

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Max Olson/ESPN.comJunior tailback Shaun Nixon suffered a knee injury a month ago but is hoping to play this weekend.
The ESPN Watch List back, who already holds offers from Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Baylor, Clemson and SMU, has been sitting out while recovering from a partially torn MCL. He’s hoping to play in Lake Travis’ first-round matchup against Pfulgerville on Friday.
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