|Hometown:||Deer Park, Texas|
|High School:||Deer Park H.S.|
2012: Handled placekicking duties in all 10 games for A&M-Commerce ... Made four of his eight field goal attempts, including a long of 42 yards against Tarleton State (Oct. 13) ... Hit a 32-yard attempt at Incarnate Word (Oct. 6) ... Drilled a 23-yard field goal at Eastern New Mexico (Nov. 3) ... Hit nine of his 10 extra point attempts on the year, including going three-for-three in the overtime victory against Texas A&M-Kingsville (Sept. 29) in a rain storm ... Handled kickoff duties in nine games for the Lions, averaging 59.6 yards per kickoff with eight touchbacks.
2011: Emerged as A&M-Commerce's placekicker, seeing action in all 10 games as a true freshman ... Made 5-of-12 field goals on the year, kicking a season-long 39-yarder against Eastern New Mexico (Nov. 5) ... Converted 23-of-26 PAT attempts on the season, hitting his last 14 of the season ... Compiled a total of 10 points against the Greyhounds (1 FG, 7 PAT) ... Had 44 kickoffs on the year totalling 2,409 yards, averaging 54.8 yards per kickoff with one touchback.
Prior to A&M-Commerce: Two year letterwinner at Deer Park High School … Fellow Lion newcomer Duncan Koonce was his deep snapper … Hit a career-best 47-yard field goal to put Deers up on Aldine at the half … Invited to Under Armour All-American Kicking Challenge … Finished among top-20 kickers in the nation … Academic All-District unanimous selection… Coached by Chris Massey … Also earned three letters as a member of the soccer team.
Personal: Born February 12, 1993 … Son of Jeff and Peggy O’Neill … Plans to major in sports management.
O'Neil's A&M-Commerce Career Statistics
O'Neil's A&M-Commerce Career Highs
Field Goals Made: 2, vs. Ouachita Baptist (Sept. 22, 2011)
Field Goals Attempted: 3, vs. Midwestern State (Sept. 17, 2011)
Long Field Goal: 42 yards, vs. Tarleton State (Oct. 13, 2012)
PAT Made: 7, vs. Eastern New Mexico (Nov. 5, 2011)
PAT Attempted: 7, vs. Eastern New Mexico (Nov. 5, 2011)
Points: 10, vs. Eastern New Mexico (Nov. 5, 2011)