Penn State Commit Hartsfield Rolls

New Jersey standout defensive back struts his stuff on offense, scoring five touchdowns in an easy victory. Harvey Levine was on hand to capture the images of the game and conduct a quick Q and A

EDISON, N.J. -- Myles Hartsfield is committed to Penn State, and the three-star prospect from Sayreville High in Parlin, N.J., intends to play defensive back for the Nittany Lions.

But in a road game at J.P. Stevens High here Friday night, Hartsfield proved that he can get things done on the offensive side of the ball, too.

The 6-foot, 175-pound senior used his great speed and moves to shred J.P. Stevens, scoring four touchdowns (including runs of 73 and 51 yards) in the first half as Sayreville jumped out to a 35-0 lead.

Hartsfield finished with more than 300 rushing yards, four rushing TDs and a receiving TD in the 42-7 victory, as the game was played with a running clock in the second half due to the mercy rule.

Afterward, FOS photographer Harvey Levine caught up with Harstfield to ask about his big game, his projected role at Penn State, the PSU bowl ban being lifted and more.

Check it out in the video above.

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