From the video, he has a nice crossover and handles, as well as a smooth outside shot. I didn't see anything that showed me he has the requisite vertical ability for a 6'1" guard at this level. Small guards often struggle at the mid to high D1 level if they cannot jump. It is one of the biggest points of difference between legit D1 players and lower D1 or D2/3 talent. There are a lot of short, quick guards who can handle it and shoot it, but guys like Kwamain, McCall, and Jett were also effective because they could well above the rim.
I have no idea whether a Fab 5 package is or will be proposed to the local AAU kids. However, I think it is naive to assume that it won't happen because of anticipated scholarship openings. If that is what it will take to get Tatum and the local talent, I suspect it will be offered, and the staff will find a way to make it happen. Some on here won't like it, but that is how top programs have to operate.
I'd settle for 8-10 lb of muscle and a midrange game.
I agree that I would love to see that improvement, but there is a lot of great articles and metrics in recent years indicating that the absolute worst shot in basketball is the midrange jumper because the risk/reward is insufficient. The most efficient offense would include great 3-point shooters, slashers who can get to and finish at the rim, and big men who can rebound and finish in the paint. Dawyne Evans, Mike McCall, Rob Loe, and Jordair Jet were all ideal in an efficient offense because they all brought one or more of these strengths. I would like to see our returning guards work on the strength and explosiveness to get to the rim and finish their drives.