Jason Smith is a rare kind of athlete. So rare, in fact, that Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn is using him in every conceivable way this spring in an effort to maximize the junior college transfer’s impact come the fall.

The four-star dual-threat quarterback whose game mirrors former Auburn dual-threat star Nick Marshall spent the first week of spring ball donning an orange non-contact jersey, indicating his primary position during the practice was quarterback.

But according to a report from AL.com following Tuesday’s practice, Smith was wearing a blue jersey like the rest of the offense and was working primarily at receiver. He also continued to practice as a punt returner, just as he did last week.

“We’re still going to have him do quarterback. He’s done a good job,” Malzahn told AL.com. “He’s the type we definitely need him on the field. He has a lot of skills as far as his athletic ability.”

Smith threw for 1,566 yards and 18 touchdowns against only two interceptions last season at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. He also ran for 424 yards and 10 touchdowns against just two lost fumbles.