No one who watched Denard Robinson carve up Big Ten defenses questioned whether he'd be able to make defenders miss in the NFL.

The question scouts had of course was where the 6-0 197-pound dynamo would fit best.

Robinson of course starred mostly at quarterback during his time at Michigan. Considering how successful dual-threat quarterbacks were in 2012 he was viewed as a legitimate quarterback prospect by some teams. He took all of his snaps at wide receiver while at the Senior Bowl and Scouting Combine however. Other scouts thought his natural running ability made him best suited to running back.

The Jaguars apparently agree... with all of them.

Robinson who was assigned the position title of "offensive weapon" shortly after being drafted proved exactly that Friday night in the Jaguars' preseason home opener against the Miami Dolphins logging a team-high nine carries for 32 yards as well as seeing time at wide receiver and taking one snap as a Wildcat quarterback.

With his longest run going for only seven yards Robinson's statistics in his debut were far from eye-popping.

His trademark burst and elusiveness were evident. On his seven-yard gain for example Robinson initially was running a sweep to the left before cutting back and shaking two defenders to break free along the right side.