You can with a vesc6 or equivalent based on the same BOM, but even so it would not make any sense.
If you want a proper AT build, you’d want to stick with a motor that is below 190 KV and has a proper gear ratio (say 15T/72T). Higher KV and a different gear ratio will seriously compromise your torque. With that kind of power/torque, you’d also want a motor mount that offers adjustable belt tension.
If you will not be doing serious offroading you can give it a shot, but it might even slow you down on grass.
p.s. your motors are better suitable for AT as opposed to 5065. Most even use 6374. You’ll be happy with sensored, because even with FOC you will have cogging on start-up, especially when going uphill. The vesc typically does not suffer from the downsides mentioned, because it switches to sensorless after a certain RPM.