If it was up to me it'd be
Joyce by a clear head, then
Donnellan by a length or two
Joyce was a pretty complete inside forward. On an off day he was dangerous, and when on form was basically unplayable.
Donnellan was an extraordinary athlete, right up there among the best in history. But he had a bit of tunnel vision going forward, always looking to kick it 70 yards.
McDonald is probably the most eye catching CHF I've ever seen, but the reality is that he was eye catching because 8 times out of 10 he was playing the wrong type of ball into full-forwards, I.e the spiralling 70 yarder off the outstep that looks wonderful but is a feckin nightmare for a full forward as it hangs in the air that long you'll have 2 defenders on you by the time it lands. Give me Brian McGuigan at 11 every day and any day.