This 2017 prospect shows that he’s got big-time skills even though he’s playing in one of the smallest classifications in the state. Footwork, pocket-presence, a strong and accurate arm plus a 6-foot-2, 190-pound frame are the foundation for this young man and he’s still got two years left to dial-in much to the delight of his coaches. Alstott led the Mustangs on offense from the QB position completing 85-of-179 passes for 1,244 yards. He also worked in a 3:1 TD’s to interception ratio with 15 touchdowns and five interceptions. Alstott shows the ability to make defenders miss in the open field once he’s committed to tucking the ball away and carrying it once the pocket collapses. He also possesses the arm strength to make pretty accurate throws off his back foot in tight situations. Griffin gets quite a few of his weapons back on offense this season, so the Mustangs will be looking to build on that success from last year that saw them go 8-3 and make the playoffs.