Here is the rest of the list, #31 to 60. Con Shehan and Fraser Clarke is mentioned. Lots of very big young super heavies can be found competing these days.
(31) Steve Geffrard (!)
A newcomer to the US heavyweight scene who is fast in hands and feet who won both the National Golden Gloves and the US Nationals in 2010, beating Joshua Temple and Jordan Shimmell both times for exemple.
(32) Erik Pfeifer
A good straight up boxer who did well in WC 2009 where he lost a close fight to the Chinese Zhilei in the 2nd round.
(33) Denis Poyatsika
A short slugger who won the European title 2006, where he for exemple stopped Roman Romanchuk in the final.
(34) Danny Kelly (!)
A fast and tricky superheavy who took the silver in the US Nationals 2010.
(35) Egor Plevako
A bronze medalist in the U-19 WC 2008, who traveled to New York and won the NY Golden Gloves in 2011.
(36) Roberto Morban
The National Golden Gloves-champ in 2010, where he beat the awkward Lenroy Thompson in the final
(37) David Imoeseri
One the best american heavies/superheavies at the moment. He's also one of the highest ranked in the World Series of Boxing.
Number one among the American heavyweights under 19 and already top5 among the seniors.
(39) Jordan Shimmell
USA:s top man in the heavyweight division at the moment. Competed in WC 2009 but lost to Frenchman Mbumba in the 1st round.
(40) David Arshba
Russian wonder child as it whispered a lot about a couple of years ago. Arshba has not quite managed the praise, but is still young. He qualified for Beijing under the Azerbaijan flag, but the new passport was not quite clear so … no China for him. But with a reputation as a tough cookie, he can surely become a pro to be reckoned with.
(41) Sergey Kalchugin
Junior world champ in 2006 and the heavyweight dominator class for several years. Has now taken the step up among the seniors.
(42) Trevor Bryan
One of the brightest super heavyweight talents in USA and picked by many as a possible Olympian in 2012.
(43) Juan Goode
A skillfull superheavy who took the bronze in the US Nationals 2010.
(44) Istvan Bernath
A skilful but rather defensiveminded boxer who lost in the first round to Russias Sergejev in WC 2009.
(45) Jose Payares
He beat( a sick) Michael Hunter and went to Beijing, where he lost to Ouatah in the first round.
(46) Javier Torres
A good allroundboxer who have competed for the Mexican national team and went to the final in the US! national championships in 2009.
(47) Andrew Tabiti
A talented newcomer to the US amateur scene, with a fluid style, who went to the semifinal in the National Golden Gloves 2010, only losing a close fight to the eventual winner Steve Geffrard.
He outclassed countryman Vasiliy Levit in the final of Kazakh Nationals 2010...
(49) Simon Vallily
Became the ABA champ among the super heavies in 2009. A heavy hitter it says.
(50) Mohammad Ghosson
A technical sound boxer who compteted in WC 2009
(51) Echlin Alizade
A good allroundboxer with alot of amateur credentials behind him.
(52) Erik Brechlin
Took the silver in the Youth World Champ 2008.
(53) Omar Ibanez
A young Cuban super heavy in the same style as Odlanier Solis and Roberto Balado (short and fast). Won the bronze in junior WC 2008.
(54) Ruslan Myrsatayev
A stocky fighter with an aggressive style, who went to the quarterfinal in Beijing.
(55) Frazer Clarke
A young fighter who alot of "experts" sees as the hope for UK in 2012.
(56) Con Sheehan
A heavy just below the top of the world, who got alot of Irish believers behind him.
(57) Mario Heredia
A young promising heavyweight from Mexico who has competed in the World Series of Boxing.
One of the best heavies in USA. Charles is a tall powerful southpaw who won the Ringside World Championships and made it to the semi in Golden Gloves and US Championship in 2009.
(59) Arbi Madayev
One of the best young super heavies in Russia
(60) Modo Sallah
A good technical Swede in the same style as Attila Levin. Has been suspended for a while, but is now back in the mix and might be someone for the proscene IF he can be disciplined enough.