Jeremy McMillan returning to Texas A&M as head coach of baseball strength and conditioning


According to a recent report, a familiar face is returning to Texas A&M to join the staff of new baseball head coach Michael Earley.

Per TexAgs analyst Ryan Brauninger, Jeremy McMillan is coming home to College Station to become the head coach of strength and conditioning. He spent 12 years in Aggieland serving in the same role from 2012 to 2023.

McMillan departed Texas A&M last year for the same position at LSU but, similar to Earley at Texas, is back like he never left. McMillan is a member of the Lone Star State through and through as a graduate of Texas Tech and native of San Antonio.

He coached 10 future big leaguers during his original stint with the Aggies. Those players include: Ryan Hendrix, Corbin Martin, Kyle Martin, Daniel Mengden, A.J. Minter, Tyler Naquin, Ross Stripling, Michael Wacha, Bryce Miller and Braden Shewmake.

Prior to being hired at Texas A&M, McMillan previously worked at Texas State and the University of New Mexico.

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