From that clip, there were a few things that stood out. He has great hands, was able to just snap the ball up wherever it goes. Almost, Kawhi-esque. Also has a soft touch with both hands. So he’s basically the opposite of Biz.
He’s not a vertical athlete it seems at all, never saw him really rise over anyone (except for the big man finger roll, which, as a big man, shouldn’t be a finger roll). But his big body is a load that he knows how to use, and it seems he has really quick, agile feet. And the one thing about non-jumpers who nonetheless know how to score at ease, they have tons of those hesitations and jukes and fakes in their toolbox to be able to get their shot off against the leaping giants.
These traits bring about images of a former Bobcat, except for one thing (maybe two). He actually has range on his shot, form looks good, but most importantly, seems to be able to create his own shot outside without having to be set up. So maybe he is a more modern version of Al Jefferson, who although he didn’t work in the new era of the league at the end of his career, if he had an outside jumper and some handles to move around the perimeter, could’ve still been very effective.
Now if there’s proof of Big Vern’s passing ability, that would raise his upside even higher and would fit in really nice with this team.