The rules are that each spot must be filled and only one person can be in each spot, so no ties can happen, nor can anyone opt out. No matter how difficult it might be, you have to pick.
Seeing as how the biggest feud going on right now in WWE is The Shield against Evolution, this edition is going to focus on the five members that were a part of the latter stable.
5) RELEASED = Mark Jindrak
The only reason Jindrak is even on this list is because there weren't any other potential choices to fill the fifth spot and this segment revolves around needing five people. Sorry, Jindrak, but you're being released here just the same as you were released in Evolution in real life.
4) JOBBER = Ric Flair
For this edition of Call the Spot, I'm working under the assumption that it is the current abilities and not the entire history of the people. Flair obviously would be higher up if we were taking him in his prime, but for my list, that's not the case. If he's not in his prime, then Flair needs to take a huge step down. He's just not in a position to be anything higher, due to his age and his deteriorating skills.
3) MIDCARD = Randy Orton
Boy is this tough. Randy Orton could easily be in the Main Event spot, but there are two reasons why he isn't. First, I think it would be more awkward to see the other two men wrestling for the midcard titles. Secondly, I think Randy Orton's track record in Evolution proves that he's almost always consistently looked at as below Batista and Triple H, so that's influencing my opinion as well.
2) UPPER MIDCARD = Batista
Batista is a big guy and he definitely has some star power. That level of star power isn't anywhere near as big as WWE and Batista would like it to be, but it's still there nonetheless. The Animal is someone that I could always buy as a contender to a world title and if he were to lose and put someone over, it would help that person look more credible. He can have feuds with people outside of the belt and it isn't wasting him. He can have feuds for the title and come up short and it isn't blasphemous.
1) MAIN EVENT = Triple H
Triple H is a main event guy, no doubt. I would absolutely hate to see him be the WWE World Heavyweight champion again, but if he won it, I would not question it one bit. Him wrestling Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania this year could have headlined the entire show based on his credibility as a top tier talent. Previously, HHH was the "now" in Evolution, and I would argue that he still is.