As long as you okay drowning in secondaries your list is fine. Start working on secondaries like now (find the prompts to last years secondary essay's on SDN just look at school specific threads. People tend to post them there. You should really remove the ones you don't want to go to because of location.
You could replace Yale & Duke with UCLA and UChicago (seem to be better fits location wise)
I'd add also Georgetown
You will have plenty of interviews and acceptances. Congrats on all your hard work and success up to this point.
2 science profs - probably not going to be super strong, didn't become best friends with them or anything
Wind ensemble director - am pretty tight with him, also took a music elective with him
My pre-med advisor LOVES me and should write a super strong committee letter
PS – going to focus on theme of helping vulnerable populations
Diversity statement – going to focus on being gay and white-passing hispanic
Location is very important to me, I want to be in a city (would love NYC) because I have a keen interest in treating diverse, vulnerable patient populations - limited English proficiency/Spanish speaking patients, LGBT patients, etc. I would not be thrilled to go back to the south (am a damn librul).
I want and expect research to be a big portion of my career as an MD, looking to enroll at a research-oriented school.
I absolutely hated the hyper-competitive nature of the premeds at my undergrad (i.e. always talking about beating the curve, hostility toward those who are "better" than them, constant obsession over grades and comparing themselves to others, judging people like me who went out and had a social life instead of worrying about getting straight As) and am seeking schools with systems in place to prevent this type of atmosphere (e.g. true P/F systems, good support systems in place for positive quality of life, overall really dope people).
In-State (all of them bb)
University of Florida College of Medicine (granddad was a dean here)
University of South Florida – Morsani College of Medicine
Florida State University College of Medicine
University of Miami - Miller School of Medicine (top choice for in-state)
Florida Atlantic University
University of Central Florida
Nova Southeastern University (legacy, dad went here for MBA)
Florida International University (sister goes here for law)
I suggest the above and the following
Case Western University (not huge fan of curriculum)
University of Michigan
JHU you heard me
University of Southern California - Keck School of Medicine (top choice in this category)
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
George Washington University (top choice in this category)
Tulane University (willing to remove/replace bc location)
Frankly, I'd scratch any on the list above that are located in cities of < 500,000. I'd also use city-data.com to determine which cities have a relatively large Hispanic population. Also look into medical school's website and the city's gay scene in general to see if you will find likeminded people. Things could get lonely in some of the places on that list but I think cities of >500K would be large enough to be fun.