True Freshman | 6-5 | 235 lbs. | Keller, Texas
- Position: Defensive End/Tight End
- Previous College: None
- Projection: Redshirt
- Status: On Scholarship
Spencer Cole Misko (b. June 3, 1998) is a defensive end and tight end prospect from Keller High School. He is likely to redshirt in 2017 while the coaches figure out which position they want him to play.
Although listed primarily as a tight end, all of Misko’s highlights are of him playing defensive end — which seems to be his stronger position — for the Keller Indians under head coach Carl Stralow.
Misko earned honorable mention all-state honors from the Texas Associated Press Sports Editors as a defensive lineman, while he was a three-time all-district honoree.
He also earned All-Midlands Region honors from PrepStar, totaled 117 career tackles to go along with six sacks, and lettered in basketball.
Misko practically fell into our lap after giving a verbal commitment to Oklahoma State a year ago, only to see the Cowboys rescind the offer in October. He then re-opened his recruitment and attracted much interest, including a visit to Baylor, but chose K-State.
He was the very first to sign with the Cats on National Signing Day. We got a good one!