My suggestion is concerning your pivot foot.
From the view that I have, your lifting your heel of your pivot foot way too early, thus, your forward momentum is being directed off to your glove side … and in in turn … your balance system is cutting short the reach that you should be enjoying … with all that athletic ability that I see.
Use your natural strength and aggressiveness buy concentrating on collapsing on your instep, instead of pushing off with your toe. If your not deliberately pushing off the toe of the pivot foot - it looks like it in the video.
So, try my suggestion slowing - like with a few dry runs in practice, then kick it up a notch, a little at a time to get use to it. You’ll find that your delivery motion will be a lot smoother, your forward progress will have a lot more stability to it, and your control down range at the plate will be better.
I used these two pictures from another post a while back, but it does offer a good example of what I’m talking about. See how in the first picture how this pitcher’s heel of the pivot foot is up - thus causing his stride foot to point away slightly from his target. ( other things are happening here, but the example does serve my suggestion to you.) Thus, continuing this pitcher’s momemtum to his glove side, excessively.