Blizzard, jungle, high yellow (essentially a normal but with reduced spotting that highlights the yellow), either high yellow or hypo (hypo usually has 10 body spots or fewer, so this is borderline). I would wonder whether the more speckly geckos have a blizzard parent, in which case they are het for blizzard. If you're breeding you need to be familiar with your geckos' genetic history and also with the terms dominant, recessive, co-dominant, heterozygous, homozygous. Here's an article that illustrates some of this:
A successful reptile breeder, in addition to knowing the mechanics of breeding and caring for hatchlings, must also understand basic genetics in order to plan and execute reptile pairings. In addition, the only way to make a positive contribution to herpetoculture requires the ability to provide...
(I still have the male featured in this article. He's 16 1/2 now)
Thank you yes I’ve read all of your articles I could find so far I know a little but obviously still learning some the last three are not going to be used as breeders as they came from pet store I have ones from breeders that I do my breeding with was just curious as to what they may have been because the younger ones throw me off a bit