Coaches

The TCS Post Grad program has a top-notch coaching staff, many of whom are living on-campus, too. In addition to providing the players with a rigorous training program, the coaches conduct room checks, enforce curfew and study hall, and keep a close eye on all players.

Logan Harrington, Director


Logan Harrington
TCS Post Grad Director
Logan Harrington is committed to make TCS baseball one of the top programs in the country.  His connections, knowledge and resources allowed him to put together the TCS program in 2014. With the help of current and past coaches, the TCS program has grown at an extremely fast rate!

Prior to the TCS baseball program, Logan Harrington has been the owner and operator of The Complete Showcase baseball and softball events. These events bring in hundreds of college coaches across the nation to observe, evaluate and coach high school athletes. To date, Logan Harrington has conducted 124 prospect camps all across the country. Nearly 3,500 players have moved on to play college baseball or softball that have attended one of his camps. 

Prior to The Complete Showcase events, Logan Harrington was the Recruiting Coordinator and Pitching Coach at Mountain View Junior College for 3 years.  His first recruiting class resulted in 4 players moving on to Division 1 Universities and 2 players playing professionally.  At that time, Mountain View Junior College had never had a baseball player move onto a Division 1 University.

Prior to coaching at Mountain View Junior College, Logan Harrington spent 4 years in the US Navy. He was stationed in Coronado, California and Bremerton, Washinton.   

Logan Harrington's playing career was short.  He graduated from powerhouse Duncanville High School  where in 2002 the baseball team finished 3rd in the State.  After being in the Navy, he pitched 2 years at Mountain View Junior College. 

Logan Harrington and his wife, Katrina, have 1 son (Connor) and 1 daughter (Hadley). They reside in Prosper, Texas. 

Justin Cunningham, Head Coach


Justin Cunningham
Head Coach
(214) 491-0353
Coach Justin Cunningham is excited about The Complete Showcase Post Grad team. Baseball has been a part of life at every level for Coach Cunningham, a native of Wichita, Kansas. He played high school baseball at Valley Center High School in Valley Center, Kansas, and went on to play at Pratt Community College in Pratt, Kansas, and then at Lyon College in Batesville, Arkansas.

While playing for Lyon College, Coach Cunningham earned a Bachelor of Science with a double major in Business Administration and Economics. While at Lyon, he was the first player in school history to hit for the cycle. He also was a two-time Academic All-American and received the Lyon College Champions of Character Award. After graduating from Lyon College, Coach Cunningham went on to earn a master's degree in Sports Administration from Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas.

Coach Cunningham is known for building baseball programs. His first head coaching job, at the ripe age of 26, was at NAIA Central Christian College in McPherson, Kansas, where he took over a program that was 3-46 the prior year and ranked dead last in the NAIA polls. In only two seasons, Coach Cunningham transformed the program into a 20-win program and set the school record in wins. Prior to taking over the program at Central Christian, Coach Cunningham coached for two years at Oklahoma Wesleyan University in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. He took over as the recruiting coordinator for a team that finished 25-30 the previous year. Again, in only two years, Coach Cunningham transformed the program. In the first year, they won the NCCAA national championship and finished runner-up in the second year, as well as being in the top 10 in NAIA in multiple offensive categories. The team's overall record in his second year was 43-24, which set the school record in wins. Prior to Oklahoma Wesleyan, Coach Cunningham coached for one year at NCAA Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. He was also a coach of a collegiate summer team, the El Dorado Broncos, which played in the prestigious Jayhawk Conference. In 2009, the Broncos had a 41-9 record and won the NBC National Championship.

Coach Cunningham and his wife, Whitney, have two sons, Conner and Brendan. They currently live in McKinney, Texas.

Logan Harrington, owner of The Complete Showcase, said this about Coach Cunningham, "Through my camps, I have interacted with hundreds of college coaches across the nation. I had my choice of whom to offer this job to and Justin Cunningham was at the top of that list! Any parent, including myself, would love to have their son play for Coach Cunningham!"

Jeff Robinson, Recruiting Coordinator


Jeff Robinson
Recruiting Coordinator
(214) 491-0353
jrobinson@tcspostgrad.com
Coach Jeff Robinson, a native from Greenville, Texas, began his coaching career as the pitching coach at Cisco College in August 2008. During his three years coaching at Cisco, he helped lead the Wranglers to a (112-58) overall record. During his first year, he coached pitcher Justin Braddock, the conference leader, in wins (13), and had two other pitchers in the top 15 for wins in a single season. His pitching staff improved to third overall in ERA within the conference from seventh the prior year, second in fewest walks allowed, and third in opponent's batting average with a .262.

In the 2011 season, the staff led the conference in fewest walks allowed, the team improved to a 4.17 overall ERA, and were second in opponent's batting average with a .247. During his time at Cisco, he coached three pitchers who were drafted (Austin Salter- Reds, Michael Zouzalik- Rangers, Joe Aquino- Bluejays), 2 All- Americans, 5 All Region players, 24 NCAA Division I players, 27 Division II players, and 7 NAIA players.

In 2012, Coach Robinson moved to Ranger College for one year, and during his tenure, he helped 6 players move on to pursue their educational and baseball career at a university. After Ranger College, Coach Robinson moved into a position in the private sector before joining the staff at TCS Post Grad.

After receiving All State Honors as both an infielder and pitcher in high school, Coach Robinson moved on to play college baseball at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. He finished his playing career at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, Oklahoma. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Parks and Recreation Management at Southwestern Oklahoma State University. Coach Robinson and his wife, Crystal, currently live in McKinney with their sons Tucker and Tye.

Chris Kuber, Hitting Coach


Chris Kuber
Hitting Coach
(214) 491-0353
ckuber@tcspostgrad.com
Coach Chris Kuber, a native of Clovis, California, joins the TCS coaching staff to oversee the hitters, catchers and outfielders. Coach Kuber began his coaching career at NCAA Division II Concordia University-Irvine in 2014. He spent four years on staff at Concordia-Irvine, coaching hitters and catchers. During his tenure at Concordia, he helped the Eagles to a 126-92 overall record, including a program-record 49 wins and an NAIA World Series appearance in 2015.

During this time, Kuber coached 10 All-Conference players, two NAIA All-Americans, and saw three Eagles selected in the Major League Baseball Draft. In his first season at Concordia-Irvine, he coached Nolan Clark to an NAIA Gold Glove selection at catcher. In 2015, the Eagles led the Golden State Athletic Conference in hits, doubles, triples, runs batted in, on-base percentage, stolen bases, and total bases.

In 2014, Coach Kuber served as the Head Coach of the NLB Waves of the Orange County Collegiate League. That summer, Kuber led the Waves to a 31-9 record and a regular season OCCL title.

Coach Kuber received All-City, All-Conference, and All-CIF Central Section honors as a catcher at Clovis East High School in Clovis, California. He played collegiately at Fresno City College (JC), Wright State University (NCAA Division I), and Concordia University-Irvine (NAIA). He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Concordia University-Irvine in 2013. Coach Kuber also completed a Master’s degree in Coaching and Athletic Administration from Concordia University-Irvine in 2016.

Austin Kirpes, MJP Trainer


Austin Kirpes
MJP Trainer
Austin Kirpes is a Performance Specialist at Michael Johnson Performance in McKinney, Texas and has been a member of the MJP team since January of 2015. He focuses on national and international athletes in our young athlete, collegiate and professional development programs. Raised in Rowlett, Texas, he was an Outside Linebacker on full scholarship at Texas State University, where he graduated in May 2015 with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science. Austin is also currently working towards earning a Master’s degree in Kinesiology at University of Texas, Tyler.

Cortney Davis, MJP Trainer


Cortney Davis
MJP Trainer
Cortney Davis is a Performance Specialist at Michael Johnson Performance in McKinney, Texas. She graduated from Mississippi Valley State University in May 2012 where she played softball, was a student athletic trainer during the off-season, and earned her Bachelors of Science in Health Physical Education and Recreation. Cortney later graduated in May 2015 from Texas Tech University with a Masters of Science in Exercise Sports Science and an emphasis in Sports Psychology. During her master’s program she taught a variety of health, fitness and wellness classes.

Kelli Selman, MJP Trainer


Kelli Selman
MJP Trainer
Kelli Selman is a MJP Performance Specialist at Michael Johnson Performance in McKinney, Texas. Her role is to implement all athletic development services, assist with camp services and to support data collection and evaluation. She also  leads the High School weight room portion of the Strength and Conditioning school off-site summer programs at Lebanon High School, and previously at Liberty High School. Kelli graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Physiology and a Master’s of Science in Sports Physiology. Born and raised in Lufkin, Texas, Kelli participated in cross-country and track and field in high school. In college, she participated in recreational sports and developed a passion for training.

John Rettenmeier, MJP Trainer


John Rettenmeier
MJP Trainer
John Rettenmeier is a Performance Specialist at Michael Johnson Performance in McKinney, Texas. He joined the team in the summer of 2016 after completing a 12-week externship program at MJP. Originally from the northeast, John was a track and field athlete at the University of Connecticut, where he earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Science in 2014, with a concentration in Strength and Conditioning.