I can, but it will take some time - the peaks are really close together when looking at the whole state, so an offsite map with groups linked to sub-areas might be the right way to present it. For now I've included a .TPO file at the bottom of the page for TOPO! software that has all 224 ranked peaks waypointed.
Great list. It looks like it might have been done using a spreadsheet. If so, would it be possible to add a column that has the elevations of the peaks in meters? Still, only Wheeler would be over 4000m, but it can be nice to see what the other peaks are.