In 2005, a healthy Mustain was the star quarterback of one of the most dominant prep teams in Arkansas history. His 190-of-274 for 3,744 yards and 42 touchdowns in the regular season were staggering numbers, even after his team invoked the Arkansas Activities Association’s 35-point mercy rule on 12 opponents. He was named a Parade Magazine National Player of the Year, an All-American and a two-time All-Arkansas selection. He led his team to the Class AAAAA state championship, which included three wins over nationally ranked opponents and a No. 2 ranking in the country in one national poll.
The college football world beckoned for Mustain. But his college career was marred by injuries, arrests and a lack of on-field success. He was unable to find his niche at USC, which is where he earned a degree in international relations before embarking on a professional football career in the Arena Football League.
While he was able to find success in the AFL, he hasn’t had much of a net worth. As of now, his net worth is not known to the public.
With that said, it’s safe to assume that he hasn’t been in the limelight for too long. He’s a smart, well-spoken young man who seems to be on the right track. We’re excited to see where he ends up next. He’s definitely set a high bar for prep players in the state of Arkansas. Greenwood’s Jeremy Archer looks poised to exceed it this fall.