6. Jim Halpert
By all means, Jim should be way higher on the list. Fans saw his physical ability on the basketball court when he got the better of Roy and he was biking to work on several occasions, meaning he likely has the stamina to contribute.
The question with the character played by John Krasinski is whether or not he will be able to focus on the tasks at hand or if his mind will start to wander so much that he creates an undead version of the “Office Olympics” or starts pranking someone like Eugene on a regular basis.
He also shows initiative and takes risks, doing things that he feels need to be done even without discussing it with those the decision will impact. This is both a positive and a negative because not all actions will be as well-received as buying a house, starting a job, or making a move on Pam.
Even with his hijinks, Jim was regularly among the top sellers at Dunder Mifflin. That alone means that when he is focused that he is capable of great things but getting him to buy into everything in a community might be a bit of a challenge.
And let’s not even talk about how bad he was at playing Call of Duty after he transferred out of Scranton…