Philip Wilkins serves the Kings baseball program as head coach and co-founded the program in 2015 with Jim Cason. Coach Wilkins has over fifteen years of coaching experience at various levels, including ten years of varsity, junior varsity, and junior high football experience and five years as head coach for varsity baseball. During that time Coach Wilkins served as athletic director and defensive coordinator for the Tomball Christian Warriors varsity football team, and help lead teams to three Texas Christian Athletic League (“TCAL”) state titles–two in football and the other in baseball. He has a passion to share God and his love of sports overseas and has done so on three continents covering seven different countries.
As a player, Coach Wilkins was a multi-sport athlete in high school, winning multiple honors in baseball. He passed over multiple scholarship offers to study abroad after graduation.
Coach Wilkins resides in Tomball with his wife Autumn. They have homeschooled their four children for the past fifteen years and both have a passion for serving the homeschool community.
Assistant Coach, Director, Secretary, and Treasurer
Jim Cason serves the Tomball Kings baseball program as assistant coach and co-founded the program in 2015 with Philip Wilkins. He is also a member of the board of directors and serves as secretary and treasurer. In addition to coaching the varsity team, he assists Coach Wilkins in overseeing player development for the entire program. Coach Cason has nine years of coaching experience, including eight years of varsity, junior varsity, and junior high football experience and four years as assistant coach for varsity baseball. During that time Coach Cason served as offensive coordinator for the Tomball Christian Warriors varsity football team and helped lead teams to two Texas Christian Athletic League (“TCAL”) state titles–one in football and the other in baseball.
As an athlete, Coach Cason ran cross country and track in high school, competing for three years on the varsity cross country team. Coach Cason resides in Tomball with his wife Docia. His children, Jonah, Jordan and Ellie all attend different universities. He coached his sons Jonah and Jordan in football and baseball prior to Jordan’s graduation in 2017, while his daughter was a varsity cheerleader for the football team and his wife Docia was assistant cheer coach and head cheer coach.
Director and President
Caleb Fleming serves as president and member of the board of directors of the Tomball Kings. A lifelong sportsman, he was a three-sport varsity athlete in high school, playing football, baseball, and wrestling. While serving on the board of a soccer organization during the spring of 2016, Caleb met Coach Wilkins, and that fall joined the coaching staff of the Tomball Christian Warriors varsity football team. He was a member of the Warriors staff for two years, coaching the offensive and defensive lines and also serving as assistant defensive coordinator.
Caleb is married to his wife Gwendolyn and has three wonderful children: Colton, Noah, and Lily Grace. In his free time, Caleb enjoys hunting, fishing, golfing, and smoking amazing brisket.
Director and Vice President
Jack Frey serves as vice president and member of the board of directors of the Tomball Kings, and helped start the Tomball Christian Warriors program in 2009. Jack has served on business, non-profit, and school boards in the past, with a real passion for sports ministry. As a coach, Jack has coached 25 seasons in various sports and age levels. His last eight seasons were spent as the Head Coach for the Tomball Christian Warriors. Being blessed with like-minded Christian men who were also great coaches, the Warriors won a TCAL State Championship in 6-Man Football in 2012 and followed up with a TCAL State Championship in 11-Man Football 4 years later.
As a player, Jack played both football and baseball in high school, receiving All-State honors in football and was the valedictorian of Tomball High School in 1985. Jack attended college at the United States Military Academy at West Point, where he became a Captain for the Army Football and President of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Jack resides in Tomball with his wife, Jennifer. Working together in ministry with his wife has always been a priority as they served together in the Tomball Christian Warrior organization. Jack and Jennifer have 4 kids that were homeschooled during some or all of their years growing up. Jack was able to coach one of his sons, Austin, in football while Jennifer coached their two daughters in cheerleading. Austin continued to play football in college at Texas A&M as the Long Snapper. Their oldest son, Logan, played for Tomball High School and is now a strength coach at Sul Ross University.