Misher plays on the offensive side of the ball for the Buffaloes, as he sees time at the wideout spot.
Standing at 5’10, 190 pounds, Misher already has the size to play at the next level, drawing size comparisons to Tyreek Hill of the Kansas City Chiefs.
In the weight-room, Misher takes care of business, as he has a max squat of 425 pounds, a max bench press of 240 pounds, and a power clean max at 230 pounds, all of which help him to dominate defensive backs.
With high hopes of having a solid junior campaign to back up the performances from his sophomore season, Misher feels things are going in his favor.
I feel like the season has been going great so far,” Misher said. “I have just been continuing to put in the work necessary to be great.”
Misher knows that it is important to set himself apart from other players in the country, and while he does it physically, he also has to do it mentally.
“I feel like one thing that separates me from other players, is just my overall ambition,” Misher said. Another thing is my dedication to the game.”
Outside of those qualities, Misher has reasons that push him to be able to keep going, no matter what he faces.
“My biggest why for playing the game is my family,” Misher said. “I also just love the sport itself. I want to be the best both inside and out, and I want to give my daughter a great future as well.”
As impressive as all of those things are, Misher also handles his business in the classroom, as he sports a 3.0 GPA, which more than qualifies him for many schools. It will be interesting to see how the next two seasons play out for him!