Measuring in at 6-foot-4, 200-pounds, Muehlstein put his arm on display in impressive fashion with excellent accuracy and what looked to be the strongest arm in attendance.
Although he didn't win MVP honors at quarterback, Muehlstein said the coaching he received from ex-NFL quarterback Tony Banks and the overall experience was a benefit to his game.
"I think it went pretty well, I got some good practice and reps," he said. "He (Banks) helped me with some little things with my throwing and stuff."
Since the camp several schools have inquired about Muehlstein. Rutgers, Tennessee, SMU, Oregon State and Baylor have all reached out in the last few days. He plans to attend Baylor's junior day on Saturday and has plans to attend a few others in coming weeks.
Muehlstein isn't in a rush to make a quick decision and will evaluate each offer if and when they come. While he doesn't have a favorite just yet, he is intrigued with the local program; TCU.
"They are a school that's up there," he said. "They send mail every now and then and I'm still looking at them. It's really convenient, it's only 45 minutes away so it'd be nice."
Muehlstein passed for 1,444 yards and 17 scores while adding 721 yards and 6 touchdowns on the ground in 2012.