All guys who could be successful in the UFC, based either on their skill set or their marketability.
Woodley would compete at 170, based solely on his wrestling chops and his youth. He’s not exciting and he’s not charismatic, but he gets results. Once he’s in the UFC, he’ll be there to stay.
Thomson is probably more style than substance, but he puts on a good show and will be competitive with anyone at lightweight. Just ask Gil Melendez. He’s probably a fringe top-10 or top-15 guy in the UFC, but isn’t likely to get to the top in such a deep division.
Larkin looks like a tough out for anyone, and at 185 he stands to enjoy a decent size advantage on most nights. He’s explosive and athletic, and in a division that is probably going to experience a changing of the guard soon when Anderson Silva decides he’s had enough of beating grown men senseless, Larkin could be a dark horse.
Gracie has the name recognition and is very likely the best pure jiu-jitsu practitioner in the world...maybe ever, though Uncle Rickson might have something to say about that.
He’s still early in his MMA career, and is absolutely a work in progress on the feet, but with a drop to middleweight and time spent with Team Black House, he could develop into a presence in the UFC.