O'Neal is an explosive play-maker on both sides of the ball falling under the radar. This guy is a short and compact burst of speed who could get recruited to play running back or cornerback at the college level. On offense he hits the hole with urgency as a back and is a plant and get North, downhill runner with great burst out of his cuts. Redirects sharply through traffic and Reaches top speed quickly. Generates great downhill momentum helping to break first contact. Acceleration out of cuts us good. Speed-to-power is solid and he spins off a lot of arm tackles; does a good job absorbing the hit, retaining balance and forward momentum. He is a bit straight-line and is more difficult to wrap up in a traffic with his sharp, short-area cutting skills than he is in the open field. Top-end speed is very good and he can separate. However, he does not possess load-back qualities and we not see great lower-body power through hips. Projects more as change-of-pace runner than a fulltime back. Defensively this guy can close and pursue the football. Flashes great plant and drive skill and explosion out of his pedal breaking underneath. Lacks ideal height, length, range and run support skills for a safety and we do not see the hips to play corner at the major college level unless he landed in a heavy underneath zone scheme. Could contribute at nickel with continued polish in his footwork. Competition does not look consistently strong, but O'Neal shows the ability to dominate it at times and is an under the radar prospect with speed to keep your eye on.