Schultz is good. I mean for a rookie to be having that impact, he is damn good.
I am going to take the political answer on this one and just say "Why not a Norris?"
The fact of the matter is that this kid has been AT LEAST a ppg players since he was a sophomore in college. Ever since he hit that plateau, he has been able to maintain that pace at every level he has reached.
The argument against him would have been that he would not be able to maintain this at the NHL level, however that does not seem to be the case...at this time.
The big thing to remember this year is that Justin Schultz has to inevitabley fade. He has never played more than 48 games in a single season and he is already almost to that point. You add in the fact of wear and tear on his body from going against bigger and better competition and he will most likley gain a fairly nagging injury (groin, wrist, shoulder, etc) that will limit his offensive production.
In summary, he has the talent to be a Norris contender, however the odds on that are very slim given what he still has in front of him.