Not really, he has been pretty stagnant in his development the last 2 years, to me he seems nothing more then a 3rd/4th liner.
I have to disagree with this.
Nemisz went from a PPG of 0.49 two years ago to a PPG of 0.57 last year (decent progression). His skating has improved by leaps and bounds and with the way he dedicates himself off the ice, I expect it'll be even better next year. Two years ago, he looked really out of place in the NHL. Last year, playing with Baertschi and Kostopolous, he acquitted himself very nicely on the third line. He read the play well in his own zone and mad some nice passes; good hands for a bigger man.
It's too early to write him off, but he has to take a big step this year. He either has to be dominant in the AHL (lots of bodies on the NHL roster may keep him down) or force himself on to the main team, which will be tough with the guys ahead of him (why did we sign Comeau again?).
Went with Byron, he's one of the few guys left who I've actually seen play hockey and so far he's impressed me more than Nemisz. Granlund's next and after him I'm going to have to vote by pure hype factor I'm afraid.