Cameranesi is a hard worker on the ice, keeping his feet moving at all times. Scoring seems to come naturally for Cameranesi, possessing a killer instinct around the net. Likes to use his wrist shot and does a good job keeping the puck low.
Size is obviously an issue, although he uses his body well protecting the puck and is not intimidated of bigger players.
This kid is a full year of high school from even playing NCAA which means he could be a full 5 NHL seasons away from even getting a crack at the Marlies.....size can be an issue then, not now while he's a developing offensive threat because the NHL has room for undersized top 6 forwards on every team.
3. Tony Cameranesi, Forward, Wayzata, Committed to Minnesota-Duluth
Cameranesi has quietly been a very good player throughout his high school career, but has flown under the radar a bit. While his Wayzata teams have been solid in recent years, they've taken a back seat to some of the other powerhouses in their area like Eden Prairie, Minnetonka, and Edina.
So far this season, Cameranesi has separated himself from the pack with his outstanding play in the Elite League, and was one of the first, and possibly one of the few, players to lock down a WCHA scholarship this year, when he verbally committed to Minnesota-Duluth.
He could also be helped by the fact that this year may be Wayzata's turn to be a powerhouse. Wayzata is loaded with talent that has finally matured into upperclassmen and playing on a top-ranked team could help draw some attention to Cameranesi. He is a ‘B' rated player for the NHL Draft, but with a listed height under 5'10", his odds of getting picked in the NHL Draft don't seem spectacular.