Well, the 2013 Nobel Prize went to computational chemistry.
The prediction of Click Chemistry in the race settles.
Probably too much prediction going on in this "tricky" business:
Thomson Reuters, Sciencewatch: Modular click chemistry
Radio "The voice of Russia": Complex reactions just a click away
The San Diego Union - Tribune: Scripps chemist vies for second Nobel
The field should contribute to something more significant in application, discovery of some drugs, some important materials, etc.
A ton of publications do not necessarily signify the chemistry. Needless to say, some publications do not really reflect the philosophy / spirit of click chemistry.
Fairly speaking, the field is too young for a Nobel Prize. Likely someday it will but no more predictions please.
Let us focus on some really significant work.