The 6-foot-3, 173-pound senior swept the 110- and 300-meter hurdles events at the state meet, leading the Tigers to a third-place finish as a team. Mustari clocked a personal-best in both races and also took second in the long jump with a career-best leap of 24 feet, 9.75 inches. At the time of his selection, Mustari ranked No. 4 nationally in the 110 hurdles (all-conditions) among 2021 prep competitors. He also ranked No. 6 in the nation in the long jump and No. 15 in the 300 hurdles. Rated No. 14 in the national MileSplit 50, he concluded his high school career with the No. 9 all-conditions 110 hurdles clocking in Florida high school history, according to MileSplit.com—a wind-aided 13.62 seconds.
Mustari has maintained a B average in the classroom. He has signed a National Letter of Intent to compete in track and field on scholarship at the North Carolina A&T this fall.
Mustari has volunteered extensively on behalf of the Olympia Track Club’s youth division, which primarily serves kids from low-income backgrounds.