Nick Singleton – a true freshman for Penn State – got his first career touchdown on Saturday after exploding for a 70-yard run score.

Singleton went outside and past a few defenders, danced along the sideline, somehow avoiding the Ohio defenders, and then cruised 40 yards untouched to score. His vision on the long run was particularly impressive for such a young player.

The Reading, Pennsylvania native had just 31 yards on 10 carries in his first game against Purdue, and he surpassed his yardage from the last game with his touchdown run.

Singleton was a 5-star prospect in high school and was the No. 31 player in the nation and the No. 1 running back and No. 1 player in Pennsylvania.

Singleton’s run gave the Nittany Lions an early 14-0 lead against Ohio and they will look to keep pouring it on.

Singleton has a long career ahead of him, and he’s gotten his first of many touchdowns behind him.