His production came against low-D1 competition. His one game against PowerConference competition he shot 3-18 (at Penn St).
Add in his position --- 2-guard/small wing --- and I don't see where he gets minutes at that position? MAAR/Matthews/Wilson/DRobinson appear poised to cover 90+% of the meaningful minutes at the 2-3-4 spot. That means Alstork would likely compete with Poole/Livers for scraps of rotation opportunities --- I don't see enough of a difference between what Alstork can bring in limited action to what Poole or Livers can bring?
Daniel, also a low-D1 performer, has more potential impact because of his position as a true PG. Simpson is less proven at the "1" than MAAR/Matthews/Wilson/Robinson are at the 2-3-4 slots AND Brooks is a less proven HS performer than Poole or Livers --- higher possibility for an "average" performer to contribute at the "1"