Oni Omoile

Iowa St. Cyclones #77 - Offensive Linesman

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 307
  • Seasons: JR

Bengals sign 3 tryout players after rookie minicamp, cut 3 players as a result


The Bengals have added another safety, center and defensive tackle to the roster following rookie minicamp.

Bengals signing former Stony Brook DB Tyrice Beverette


The Bengals are signing an FCS defensive back after a successful rookie minicamp tryout.

Analyzing the state of the Bengals’ offensive line following the 2018 NFL Draft


Should fans be concerned about the Bengals’ offensive line following the conclusion of the NFL Draft?

Bengals sign Javarius Leamon and Oni Omoile to practice squad


With the Bengals’ offensive line in shambles, they add two linemen to the practice squad.

A great hire and brutal schedule for Iowa State

The Big 12's hardest place to win tries another new approach.

SIGNING DAY - Cyclones sign with NFL teams


Despite not being drafted in the late rounds of the 2016 NFL draft, four Iowa State players have signed with NFL teams as of Saturday evening.

Riot Bowl IV Preview


Paul Rhoads's last game on the sidelines will be on the road against the fighting Dana Holgorsen's and his mighty Mountaineers.

The Mid-Morning Dump - 9/10/15


Iowa State Football PRINCE OMOILE. Offensive lineman Oni Omoile is actually Nigerian royalty. REALLY NOT OUR SUPER BOWL. But Paul Rhoads weighs in on the perception that Iowa is the biggest game...

The Last Ride of Sam Richardson


One man, one position, one year left. There's no better player on the 2015 Cyclones than Sam Richardson.

Previewing the 2015 Offensive Line


The offensive line has been hyped as one of the best offensive units for the past few years. Can 2015 finally be the year they live up to it?

The Key to a Bowl: Winning the Middle


Tom Herman helped build a power running team in Ames, and Mark Mangino has yet to rekindle that magic, so how does Coach Mangino pull off the impossible and send the Cyclones bowling?

Iowa State needs its biggest miracle yet

Paul Rhoads pulled off a series of big wins and improbable feats early in his tenure at Iowa State, but after a two-year collapse, he'll need his biggest feat of all to get the Cyclones back on track.