Liam is #1. I think of the actor Liam Neeson. It can be short for William.
Mason is #4 on the list. That's the name of my nephew who just turned 3. It's also the name of a TV show "Perry Mason" from the 1950's. Surnames seem to be common these days as first names.
Jackson is #8. My daughter Jacqueline had a boy named Jackson in her Kindergarten class. Andrew Jackson was the 7th president of the United States. Michael Jackson was, of course, the King of Pop.
Jack is #10. I think of President John F. Kennedy whose nickname was Jack. His name fit so nicely with his wife's nickname, Jackie.
Luke is #11. It's a strong, masculine name. I think of Luke Duke from the TV show "The Dukes of Hazzard". Paul Newman starred in a movie called "Cool Hand Luke" in the 1960's.
William is #15. My brother's name is William. Prince William is popular right now with his recent marriage and new baby. It's a solid, masculine name.
Wyatt is #26. I think of Wyatt Earp, the Deputy Marshal from Tombstone, Arizona.
Dylan is #32. I immediately think of the folk singer Bob Dylan. I don't like his raspy voice but I do like his poetic lyrics. Also, Dylan Thomas was a famous poet.
Landon is #37. I think of Michael Landon who played Mr. Ingalls on the TV show "Little House on the Prairie".