I don't rank people, because I don't view people as objects.
With that being said, here's my top 11 favorite objects in no particular order:
Finale: It's nice to Finale-y meet someone who likes arguing as much as I do, and sees it as a net-positive in almost all scenarios. Not a troll either but someone who comes off as fairly genuine. It's just too bad he's a Shadow of the Colossus fan, it's almost a deal-breaker, but then I remember his favorite games are by Capcom.
ARamdomGamer: Drones are usually fucking annoying as shit. This is the exception. Well, except for the one word replies to long in-depth rants. But everyone has flaws.
Wright: Super funny dude. Non-stop. Has the best game recommendations too, almost every title is a bona-fide classic. Also almost always right. You can't win an argument against him. Great taste in porn as well. Actually if not for his Halo and Souls opinions, might be God.
Palou: Nicest guy ever. Probably too nice. A little suspicious if you ask me. Can have interesting discussions with him on just about anything, because he knows just about everything. Be warned: don't talk to him if you fear for your brain's self-esteem.
Raven: I never thought someone could make Final Fantasy X-2 look interesting. Granted that was only while quitting the game out of boredom, but still. Also, Dad of Nintendo discussion on this forum.
Ryuu: Very passionate and puts a lot of work into the site whilst simultaneously driving a lot of fascinating discussion. Should probably stay off Twitter more.
Moren: A better republican punching bag than Trump.
Veknoid_Outcast: The only reviewer I consistently read on this site. Great writing abilities and also very down to earth. A Zelda fan who won't punch you for criticizing the games.
Spade: I used to think the trolls on the site were the funniest people. Now I realize they were just dicks. Not Spade though. Can't expect any less from a Wings of Redemption fan.
Ice: It's nice to have someone to talk to about the old days of Drunken Peasants like grandmas talk about the Golden age of Blockbuster.
Mike: Funny, I guess.