If you're looking for someone to score 30+G, 50+P, 100+PIM, 150+Hits... I'm going to go with no one.
Coyle doesn't put up that many PIM and it's too early to know what his hitting game will be like. 30G could be a stretch too.
Thing is, most of these players only show moderate offensive capabilites when drafted and their offense just blossoms over time. There's not too many prospects out there that are putting up point per game in the juniors and over a PIM per game.