I was about to say, why aren't modern fast bowlers often selected as first choice sticky wicket bowlers? We tend to go with the 'spin-swerve' bowlers like Noble as a matter of course.
I would like to nominate Mlacolm Marshall as an obvious sticky wicket bowler. Intuition tells me that his low trajectory, combined with the ball skidding off the pitch would be a nightmare in wet conditions.
1945-1977 ATG Draft: Desmond Haynes - Roy Fredericks - Rohan Kanhai - Neil Harvey - Clive Lloyd - Asif Iqbal - John Waite - Ray Lindwall - Garth McKenzie - John Snow - Derek Underwood
ATG XI: Jack Hobbs - Len Hutton - Don Bradman - Brian Lara - Graham Pollock - Gary Sobers - Alan Knott - Malcolm Marshall - Shane Warne - Dennis Lillee- Sydney Barnes