6. Yul Kwon
Though he’s been in the driver’s seat over at Dakal, I can’t help but think that Yul will either continue to have a handle of things in the game of Survivor or quickly find himself in a whole. He has many people on Dakal that he has a working relationship with, but outside of Parvati, he’s not as connected as other castaways playing this game.
Here’s hoping that he doesn’t draw a low-luck combination with his tribe, as he’s one of the more pensive, thoughtful players in Winners at War.
5. Jeremy Collins
Armed to the brim with fire tokens, Jeremy rebounded excellently after his closest ally, Natalie Anderson, was blindsided alongside himself. He let the powers that be eat their own then targeted the biggest players of the game in retaliation without getting a vengeance tour headed his way. He’ll be necessary to keep for any tribe because of his performance in challenges; it’s once the merge arrives that you might need to start worrying about Jeremy.
4. Wendell Holland
Michele is the one in promos showing concern about being stuck on an island with her ex-boyfriend, which is a weird dynamic for Wendell in suggesting a high rank this week. Based on social media dynamics, I’m led to believe it’s not nearly as antagonistic as it’s portrayed to be, and they might benefit from being together on a smaller tribe should we see a three-tribe split.