Jervis Vernado - 3-4 years after coming out of college and he is now an improve player, he successfully put on him some weight, amazing shot blocking tools, know the game better, better position himself, become more competitor now and even you can see him more decisive on offense with his moves.
Scotty Hopson - very young, after his first year as a pro and in international BB where he become MVP of the Israel league, always had the talent but now his head a little bit better, don't get me wrong he's still somehow a project and the inconsistent nature not totally out of the way but I think it will be worth for the Heat to invest in him a little, keep him and try to develop, using also Dleague.
Ian Clark has been more impressive than Hopson.
Ian Clark is a 6'2 sg. doesn't have the potential of Scotty...
Vernado has been great if the heat doesnt sign him he will get an opporatunity somewhere else he has been patient taking high quality shots he is very mature and has good IQ ill be suprised if they didnt sign him though... very good potential
you 100% right, if the Heat don't sign him someone else is gonna jump on that opportunity, with his SL play he lock himself a guaranteed contract!
Eric Green and Kybango too. And James Ennis. The Heat were loaded on their SL roster this year
james ennis was the best player on this team by far
Dj Stephens 46 in vert
or has Vernado's mid range jump shot look so much better than when he was in college. I think he is an NBA player right now, but if he can have some consistancy with that shot, then combined it with his defense and he is a rotation player next year.