Drury's got it. There's something about his pipes that will keep him from being an all-timer for me, but he might be the best in the business today.
I really think Arlo White, with the right coaching, could be the voice of the game in the future. There's a danger in what I think he's been asked to do by NBC- he's starting to have a bit of a personality about him that he's injecting in a mellow Hudson sort of way. If he gets picked up by one of the UK outfits to take over for Martin Tyler, for instance, he may hit that level.
Martin Tyler absolutely had it. He's aged out of his prime, however.
I really enjoy Jon Champion. He's somewhat understated, dry British humor at times, and doesn't overwhelm the moment. He doesn't have that higher gear that the rest have, though.
Gus Johnson ruined anything he touched. If you were in the kitchen with a game on in the living room, you'd follow his excited voice to the TV to see a team awarded a... Throw in. Maybe a goal kick.
JP Dellacamera is another tough one for me. He's presided over some incredible US soccer history, but his cadence and read of the game are... Not good. At all.
I can't separate Derek Rae's commentary from my love affair with FIFA back in some of the best years of my life. I have a soft spot for his work.
For color guys... I almost don't like them in footy. I don't necessarily need their opinion on how "he should have done better with that" every time a player whiffs. There have been some infinitely bad ones, though, while most of the good ones fade to the side. Harkes was awful. Balboa was a mute. Julie Foudy if fantastic with the women's game, but she hasn't really understood that the men's game is different.