De Bakker isn't up and coming as much as returning from a career-threatening injury. He was top 50 a few years ago. Marchenko in a similar position.
Pashanski is about 30.
And yet strangely the likes of Johnson, Smith, Klahn, Sergeyev and Nedovyesov (who made the biggest strides in 2012, coming from college or starting their careers late) are omitted.
I didn't purposefully mean to omit them, I simply did not want the list to be scrolls and scrolls long, but thanks for adding some more names to the thread anyway.