I agree with the above. With your numbers and soft factors you have the potential to get into any school you want. Your age should be a help rather than a hindrance--if, for whatever reason, schools were skeptical about it this year, take another year and prove that you are a mature, well-adjusted person who can successfully assimilate into the "real" world.
On the other hand. Being underage in law school is not such a terrible or frightening thing as some people might make it out to be. I am still underage in my 2L year and fit in just fine. The professors will not know how old you are (or won't care, or at least won't treat you any differently), and your fellow classmates will be impressed but will quickly adjust (presumably you went through similar reactions when you went to college early). As for the job process, employers are not allowed to ask the age of job applicants, so the only way your age will hurt you is if you look or act particularly young--or, more specifically, if you look or act immature. (You do have to fill out forms with your birthdate etc. once you have the job, but at that point it's too late for them to back out). Obviously you can't help it if you appear young, but you've probably had some experience blending in with an older crowd by this point.
In other words, if you want to go right now, I think you'll adjust just fine. However I do believe that with another year you can substantially increase your chances of getting into a top school.