Austin ran 4.34 seconds in the 40-yard dash at last month's NFL scouting combine, which tied for the second-fastest time. He didn't bother trying to improve on that Thursday, focusing only on showing off his catching ability and speed on the field.
On a few of Smith's longer throws Thursday, Austin actually had to slow down to make catches.
At 5-foot-8 and 174 pounds, Austin said he wants to sway some naysayers who believe he's too small to play in the NFL.
"I'm just going to come in and keep working hard," Austin said. "And hopefully that will change."
After his workout, Smith met with representatives of the Jacksonville Jaguars and said he plans other visits with about a dozen other NFL teams leading up to the draft, including a March 22 meeting with the Buffalo Bills. Earlier this week he had a private workout with the Philadelphia Eagles in Morgantown.
"I do believe I have a good skill set," Smith said. "The main thing they want to see if how I react in the classroom.
"I never get nervous. I know how to handle this thing."
Bailey said he and Austin will work out privately for the Carolina Panthers on Friday.
After the current players were done, former Miami Dolphins quarterback Pat White was among several former West Virginia players who also worked out for scouts.
"I was just following my heart," White said of his comeback bid.
White said he was offered a contract by the CFL's Edmonton Eskimos, but he wanted to see first if there was any interest from NFL teams.
White spent the past month working with guru George Whitfield, who also has tutored quarterbacks such as Ben Roethlisberger, Cam Newton, Andrew Luck and Oklahoma's Landry Jones.
White was cut by the Dolphins before the start of the 2010 season after playing 13 games the year before.
"I'm pretty certain I'll be in somebody's uniform next year, whether it's in the NFL or the Canadian league," he said. "I'm excited about that."