Serving as one of his team's leaders, Wyatt Warner is not only a great hockey player, but also a great student, as he currently sports a 94% average. Becoming an A for a team that has older players came naturally for Warner, as his work ethic and competitiveness level are through the roof, making him a role model to his teammates. Warner is firing on all cylinders in every situation, whether it’s a game or just a practice, he works extremely hard in both. Despite having a very heavy shot, Warner scores most of his goals in the dirty areas around the net, using his physicality to beat the goalie and shrug off opposing players. Warner also packs a second gear, which he can turn on to blast past an opposing defender, which he utilizes frequently to find open space in any zone. Warner sports very quick hands to beat opponents, and despite being one of the youngest players in the league, Warner will finish his checks on any player he lines up, making him a dangerous opponent to play against. Overall, Warner is an excellent option for any OHL team to take a look at in the mid rounds, not just for his hockey ability, but also his academic side as well. With his current game style, Warner could thrive as a high skill checking forward in the OHL, and could be one of the few players that can move up and down the lineup and adjust his game to match what is needed. Warner definitely is showing why he belongs in the OHL draft in 2022, and with his work ethic, he could up his stock even more.