I like your acceleration down the mound.
Take a look at your stride direction. You seem to stride more toward the RH batter ’ s box than toward home. It looks like you try to compensate by landing on your heel so the plant foot can rotate toward the target when your hips come around. Try to stride laterally straight down the target line with the outside of your left ankle facing the catcher for as long as possible and land on your entire foot at once with the bottom of your plant foot matching the angle of the mound. Landing on the whole foot will allow your spikes to help transfer energy up the landing leg.
Another focus for you would be to keep your eyes level, head upright, and your spine under your head. Right now your head is laying off to the 1B side. Your body’s way of telling you, “Hey, we need to go this way!” If you combine a straighter stride with a focus on keeping your eyes level through the delivery, you will be more consistent throwing strikes because your alignment will be better.