(5th even, if you discount Ricco and Sella)
About Devolder: I share the opinion of those that think that he's not able to get a top 10 spot in a grand tour. He has indeed the wrong physique, and as long as he'll focus on the classics as well as the tour, he'll never get as far as he wants. I do think, however, that he could very well aim for those smaller one week tours, like Germany, Swizerland, Romandie or Austria. Maybe even the Dauphiné or Paris-Nice, who knows. He can climb well enough for one week, and with his timetrial he has a strong weapon. But he's not consistent enough to finish a grand tour without one bad day where he loses minutes. Although I must point out that his previous grand tours (Tour 2008 and Vuelta 2007) got ruined by illness or crashes. So far we've never seen him in full force, except maybe for the 2006 Vuelta where he finished 11th. So he might surprise this year, without the stress to perform he gave himself last year. It is remarkable that only a week ago, he was feeling very weak, and didn't give himself any chance on a good Tour. But now, he seems to feel confident again, and wants to peak in the last week, with a good ranking and maybe a stage win if all goes well. I'm curious to see what he can pull off this year. If he can keep healthy and on the bike, he could shine in the last TT, for example.
I think Monfort, Van den Broeck and Seeldraeyers are intrinsically better grand tour riders than Devolder though.