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2024 Delco Spring Showcase Standouts (June 8)

06/10/2024, 9:15pm EDT
By Chad Graham

By Chad Graham (@CGraham_Sports)

MEDIA, Pa. — The annual Delco Hoops Spring Showcase took place this past Saturday at Penncrest High School. It featured teams from across southeastern PA, including a couple teams from Delaware. 

Here’s who stood out in games throughout the day:


Ryan Ambrose (2025 | Bishop Shanahan)
The rugged forward showed a ton of skill in Shanahan’s battles with Fels and Lower Merion. With his back to the basket, Ambrose powered through and scored over defenders in the low post. He got busy from the top of the key too, driving and throwing the skip pass back out to the perimeter or going all the way to the rack for two points. A willing screener and cutter, his versatile skillset was crucial to the team's success offensively. 

Unionville 2026 SF James Brenner. (Photo: Chad Graham/CoBL)

James Brenner (2026 | Unionville)
Now a veteran of the Longhorns squad, Brenner’s impact on defense made the difference in their win over Truman. The 6-5 wing deflected entry passes into the post, altered shots, and created takeaways, one of which he took coast-to-coast to for a dunk. He also shot the ball well from deep. At the top of the second half, Brenner knocked down two of his four threes from the corner, followed by a cut to the basket for a lay-up. His 20 points, 7 rebounds, 2 steals, and 2 blocks were the sum of his effort on both ends. 

Elijah Cline (2025 | Owen J. Roberts)
After some key departures to graduation, Cline stepped up as number one option for the Wildcats and he excelled in the role versus Germantown Academy. At 6-4, the three-year varsity contributor used his long arms to disrupt passing lanes and erase advantages with his defensive rotations. On offense, he sliced into the lane and drew fouls at the rim. Both teams were neck-and-neck late in the game, until Cline got a steal and took it the other way for the jam. 

Jadon Cybok (2025 | Upper Moreland)
As soon as his team won the opening tipoff versus Lower Merion 2, Cybok went on a spree. He swished a three on the first possession of the game, then proceeded to swish three more in the first half, all of them off-the-catch. Cybok was almost as potent from the foul line where he shot 5-for-7. His accuracy from deep pushed UM out in front early and eventually to the win. 

Lower Merion 2025 G Carson Kasmer. (Photo: Chad Graham/CoBL)

Carson Kasmer (2025 | Lower Merion)
The elder statesman and lone contributor from last season, Kasmer his performance in their triple-header embodied how the Aces want to play. He moved with precision off-ball versus Caravel for 19 points, sprinting into threes off-the-catch and cutting. Kasmer was a nightmare on fastbreaks as well. In addition to the steal he took from end-to-end, he hustled down the court on other transition opportunities to score before the defense could get set 

Darnell Lloyd (2025 | St. Andrew's, Del.)
The 6-9 center was the tallest player in the gym and he lived up to his size. Lloyd rejected one shot after another, making opposing players think twice about driving towards the hoop. He then got the rebound after each block to end possessions and quickly passed it up the floor to start fastbreaks. Lloyd's size was just as essential to the Saints half court offense. When they were able to get it to him in the post, he finished with touch and power at the rim. And when his teammates couldn't get him the ball, Lloyd got it himself with putback dunks. 

Kyle Parrish (2027 | Lower Merion)
The fiery point guard led his underclassmen squad to a 2-1 record in their three straight games. With numerous steals, Parrish created fastbreak opportunities for the Aces. He also created off-the-dribble in the halfcourt by shaking his defender before getting to the cup. Later, in their third contest versus St. Andrew's in overtime, Parrish called game with a tough pull-up three. 

Bryce Presley (2026 | Germantown Academy)
The incremental growth in Presley’s perimeter game is starting to show. He moved the ball well and when it came to him, knocked down multiple jumpers from deep over GA’s three games on Saturday. His shooting complimented his physical drives. Presley played off-the-catch and attacked closeouts to get into the paint. There, the 6-5 wing played off of two feet and used his shoulders to create and absorb contact on touch shots. 

Ben Robinson (2025 | Conestoga)
Robinson was far from the biggest player on the court at any given time, but he was certainly one of the toughest. The rising senior scored his team's first bucket of the game with a catch-and-shoot three. From there, he burst into the lane and played through contact when necessary for 13 points. Robinson had an all-around game, chipping in 6 rebounds and 3 steals.


Honorable Mention
Flinn Brooks (2025 | Germantown Academy), Malik Brown (2027 | Lower Merion), Andrew Corcoran (2026 | Bishop Shanahan), Lamont Grier (2025 | Lower Merion), Cory Hogan (2026 | Conestoga), Leo Lockwood (2026 | Unionville), Tony Martin (2025 | Dock Mennonite), Mick McKee (2026 | Germantown Academy), Rowan Miller (2026 | Conestoga), Shane O'Brien (2026 Conestoga), Shamar Parker (2025 | Samuel Fels), Xavier Peters (2025 | Pennridge), Elijah Proctor-Moore (2025 | St. Andrew's, Del.), Jack Robbins (2025 | Unionville), Noah Scurry (2025 | Samuel Fels), Michael Sheehan (2026 | Caravel), Sami Singletary (2025 | Lower Merion), Will Stanton (2026 | Penncrest)

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