As a Suggestion, follow your drive forward, more with your head, instead of keeping your head up and swinging it to your left.
I know this will be awkward at first, but try and follow your glove as it stretches out, with your chin closely following it. Keep you head into the pitch, don't bailout early by picking it up and then Peter Panning off to your glove side.
Also, try and keep you glove tucked in closer to your upper ribs on the left, as your finish posture. In doing so, your elbow of your glove arm will be pointing directly back to second base (almost). When you finish with this kind of posture, you will be exchanging your glove side shoulder with your pitching side shoulder. Think of burying your pitching shoulder into your catcher.
This "winging it" off to the left is taking valuable power from your pitch in addition to making your very susceptible to the bunt on your right side.
These suggestions will come at a price - velocity, at first. But, as time goes on you're going to sense more control and a real talent for controlling your pitch anywhere on the plate.
So, give my suggestions a try, come back and let me know how things went.
Otherwise, you look pretty good for your body makeup and your size.