Nicole Centi, from Survivor: The Maryland Outback. Playing the middle man for most of the merge, Nicole managed to secure herself a spot in the Final Tribal Council after defeating fellow cast mate, Chris LeCompte, in a game changing tiebreaker challenge that sent him home. She was also the reason behind the biggest blindside of the season.
Rebecca Yatovitz, from Survivor: The Maryland Outback. While originally in a power position on her tribe, due to the other tribe's interference within the tribe's strategy, Rebecca was the first person voted out due to Nehami's manipulation.
Sabrina Curtis, from Survivor: Terrapin Trials. Being rather horrible at challenges, Sabrina used her strong bonds and strategical mind to allow herself to make it through many tribal councils. However, after a tribe swap left her in the minority, she was voted out.
Shannon Neal, from Survivor: Guts & Glory. As a member of the Sohcahtrio, Shannon had a huge target on her back for being apart of this tight group. Playing her allies' two hidden immunity idols led to the first rock draw in Survivor: Maryland history at the next tribal council.
Siona Slepoy, from Survivor: The Maryland Outback. The most vocal contestant of the season, Siona used her witty charm and dialogue to progress through the game, along with the help of her duo, Ryan Crowder. She delivered the iconic, "How Many Times" speech, which was her ranting about attractive, straight white males being handed things without any struggle.
Victoria Zhao, from Survivor: Terrapin Trials. Most notable for her relationships and friendship with Foluké Tuakli which came to a bitter end during a 5 hour endurance challenge. Responsible for the blindside of Holli Rutkowski, Victoria's evolution from a quiet girl to a cutthroat strategist made her one of the most memorable players in Survivor: Maryland history.