10. Ethan Zohn
Ethan’s chaotic good energy may seem a bit “aw, shucks”-ian at the moment, but he is fairly well-connected, well-liked, and isn’t the one in the driver’s seat despite having the connections. He’s right in the middle of the pack as being a tertiary target to those out of power and has a lot of potential to cross over once a tribe swap occurs.
9. Parvati Shallow
She’s still one of the biggest targets in the game, yet it seems like Danni is the only one actively pinning the tribe’s problems on her. Boston Rob has made it clear that if you target her, you’re targeting him, so that presents her with a gigantic shield for Sele. She might be secure through the tribe swap, at this rate.
8. Nick Wilson
Outside of establishing the fact that fire tokens will be important for the winner of Survivor: Winners at War, Nick has been perhaps the most invisible player of the season. He might be a fourth of the four in power on Dakal, or he could outlast them all; we have no idea right now.
7. Wendell Holland
Wendell is also one of the quieter members on Dakal right now, but he’s still right in the middle of the conversation. He was there for the strategic talks on who to vote out first, and he offered a confessional talking about Tony’s escapades, but he’s not being targeted despite being a social threat.