RGTV: Myles Hartsfield happy and comfortable back at cornerback
OXFORD -- Myles Hartsfield spent his first season at Ole Miss playing in an unfamiliar part of the country and playing a somewhat unfamiliar position.
After recording 43 tackles as a freshman, the New Jersey native was forced to move to cornerback _ his natural position _ after an injury to Jalen Julius early in spring drills. Hartsfield has thrived at cornerback this spring, turning heads throughout the drills, which will wrap up Saturday morning with the Grove Bowl in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.
Hartsfield talked to the media Tuesday, addressing the move to cornerback, his freshman season, new defensive coordinator Wesley McGriff and more.