How is greatness defined? If it is NCAA finals or US Open finals then we have to go back a few years. Kirk White (NCAA Champ) and Otto Olson (NCAA runner-up) are probably the most recent to hit that high water mark and that was almost 20 years ago. If greatness is making the US World team then it probably goes back even further, if at all. We have had a few others but you almost have to go back to the Keller brothers from Tri-Cities that went to OSU and US Trials 40 years ago. There is nothing wrong with that and I think all the wrestlers here have been great in their own right. Jay just has a different opinion of what great is.
Greatness may be different things to different people. There is no right or wrong in his opinion. It is just his opinion.
Here is an example from another sport. Washington has had a number of skiers on the USA team over the years and a few won Olympic and World medals. In my mind, only the Mahre brothers from the 70s and 80s reached "Greatness" as skiers from Washington over the past 60+ years that i have been around. Phil was World and Olympic champion and Steve was right on his tails. On the other hand, the little country of Austria (population 8.7 mil) has cranked out one great skier after the other over that same time frame. Skiing is their national sport so that is why a small country excels at it. Just like Iran and wrestling.
"Greatness" can be a hard thing to define, and even harder to achieve. JMHO