My advice would be to work on one logo at a time. Then incorporate that logo into the other pieces. Don't forget that you're creating s sports logo. That means it'll appear on a helmet, a baseball hat, and other things. None of the ones you've presented so far would work very well on them. As for the logo itself, you're typeface isn't very readable. Your logo has to be easily read and recognized in order for it to be fully effective and, in this case, represent a large organization. I would suggest you contact Conrad about using one of his fonts at fontsbyconrad.com. Also, you need outlines if you want the appearance of a professionally done sports logo. Look at all the great examples on this board, they all have a thick outline that connects the object with the text and gives a very coherent feel. I would also suggest you removing a lot of detail in the logo and replacing it with shading. As for the presentation appearance, I would check out the Boston Celtics rebrand that was added to the concept section of this board not too long ago. The user created a small booklet that detailed every aspect of his design. It might cost a little extra to get this printed and what not, but the effect will show that you went above and beyond to present the best possible identity you could have made. With that being said, i applaud your creativity. You have some really good ideas and if you're patient, this board will help you expand that idea into a masterpiece and you'll have a ton of more knowledge on the subject than before. I hope this doesn't sound too harsh, I see the potential of a great logo there, and if you'd like, I'd be more than happy to continue helping you out and show you examples of what I'm talking about as well as giving you some presentation items to use. Feel free to pm me if you have any questions. Keep up the great work and don't give up on your designs!