Marshall, Ambrose and Holding. In that order IMO.
Ambrose though could be potentially have the 'McGraths' in that he is underrated in that he never did anything too dramatic apart from seldom bowling a bad ball and hitting a bugger of a length repeatedly.
Many will already know this, so I hope Im not accused of name dropping, but I netted with the West Indies as a young quick in the early 1990s. All the quicks were there but only Marshall stood out. Swinging the ball both ways and that whippy action.
It is entirely possible that I rank him #1 based on a few hours in the same net as him as an impressionable young teen.
Only 1 of the 3 I mention would make it into the WI attack I wouldnt want to bat against though.
Clarke, Patterson, Ambrose and Croft would be an attack to get a migrane rather than face.