As things stand going into Justin Ruiz's attempt to qualify us for Greco 96kg tomorrow, the U.S. has qualified 17 of the 18 Olympic men's and women's weights.
No one else in the world has more than 15 overall.
Only Iran and Egypt (from the easy Africa region) have qualified 11 of 12 men's weights, and neither of those has a chance to get the 12th tomorrow. Even Russia will be trying to qualify at least 1 Greco weight, maybe 2, at the last chance qualifier next weekend.
Only us, Japan, and Canada have qualified all 4 women's weights (though a couple more nations may get their 4th tomorrow).
There are only 18-20 competitors at each weight in the Olympics, so our qualifying for 17 weights (and maybe all 18) is a solid accomplishment. We would expect nothing less, but the fact that other powers are struggling speaks to the difficulty of getting all 18.