Austin sees his role in the NFL as "pretty much all skill positions on offense you can play, as well as returning punts and kicks. Just get me in space."
His versatility has NFL teams drooling. He's regularly labeled a wideout, but Austin can line up all over the field and kill teams as a runner, too. Case in point: He rushed 21 times for 344 yards against Oklahoma last season.
In theory, the Lions already have Bush tapped for this role. Coach Jim Schwartz sees Bush potentially hauling in 80 passes next season, but Austin would give the Lions the type of No. 2 wideout they've long sought. It also might mean a whole new world for Calvin Johnson. Lions fans are allowed to dream.