[name]Austin[/name]- Not a fan of this at all. Most Austins were born in the 1990s (and there were A LOT of them), so the name sounds dated to me. Also, in my experience, most Austins tend to be troublemakers.
[name]Andrew[/name]- [name]Andrew[/name] and the nickname [name]Andy[/name] are so worn out. The nickname [name]Drew[/name] brings a little spunk back to the name, but not enough.
[name]Brody[/name]- This is cool but maybe a bit too trendy. That may not bother you though. [name]Brody[/name] is a perfectly nice name.
[name]Callen[/name]- The nickname [name]Cal[/name] has a cool vintage feel to it, but I prefer the full name [name]Calvin[/name] to get to [name]Cal[/name]. [name]Callen[/name] looks and sounds trendy/made-up.
[name]Cameron[/name]- Again, a dated choice. Not a fan of this.
[name]Clayton[/name]- There’s technically nothing wrong with this name. It’s not too trendy, not too popular, and the nickname [name]Clay[/name] is one I only hear every now and then. Most Clays tend to be pretty cool guys.
[name]Liam[/name]- I just don’t like this. I hear it all the time and it’s way too popular. But that may not bother you.
[name]Owen[/name]- I really like this. I personally wouldn’t use it, but I think it sounds very handsome, strong, and masculine. A great choice. It is a little on the popular side though.
[name]Wyatt[/name]- I can’t imagine this name said without a twangy Southern accent. Not my style.
From your list, I really like [name]Brody[/name], [name]Clayton[/name], and [name]Owen[/name].