USA Today published an interesting story about former Arkansas quarterback Mitch Mustain earlier this week.
The article chronicles his time at Arkansas, his transfer to USC, and his options for the future now that he has completed his college eligibility without interest from the NFL.
The former Springdale High School star was a high school All American, and considered by many to be the top quarterback prospect in his recruiting class back in 2005.
Mustain began his college career at Arkansas, where he compiled an 8-0 record as a freshman before being replaced by junior Casey Dick for the final four games of the season. After the season, he transferred to the University of Southern California where he struggled to compete for playing time with USC stars Mark Sanchez and Matt Barkley.
Mustain told the publication that he plans to play for the Georgia Force of the Arena Football League in March, and if that doesn’t work out, he’ll enter the Marine Corps.
He is currently in Bentonville, working at a friend’s car dealership.