Perfectionist mindset in the ring would have fit in splendidly with HHH's NXT vision.
Highly athletic even for the 1980s. A natural heel whose only limitation was height.
A little hesitant on this one, but its possible that an extended stay at the WWE Performance Center could have harnessed his raw talent and taught him the psychology of wrestling - which he was lacking. Reading Bret Hart's comments about Magee, I can't help but think of Bruce Prichard's comments about a young John Cena and how uncoordinated he was.
The original Battle Kat (was replaced by Bob Bradley), and very, very athletic. Far moreso than Roma, he was limited by his size. I could see him perhaps in Ricochet's role today.
Would have easily had a run as NXT Champion if he were in his late 20s today.
Like his brother, Lanny was a great athlete and brought an aerial moveset to the WWF that had not quite been seen. Coupled with his natural speaking ability, he would go far in today's WWE.
He may not have a lengthy run at the top, but Muta could easily have a stint as World Champion. His crispness in the ring in the late 1980s has still not been paralleled.