Your softs will only matter if you're in the ballpark. They look good and I have no doubt that you are fully committed to your career path, but remember that everyone, no matter how ho-hum their softs are, play themselves up to be the next Warren Buffet or Eugene Debs.
I mean, I've seen employment at Taco Bell be described to law schools as "inventory management, advanced client relations, management experience in a service oriented environment." You get what I mean. The dude probably took Drive-In orders, grabbed extra tortillas from the back and wrapped up burritos. Anyways, my point is that you can't rely on your softs making a bigtime impact for you unless A) you've cured cancer or led your football team to a Rose Bowl or B) you're already in the ballpark with your numbers. I'm channeling Anna Ivey here.
Schools only consider your undergrad GPA. And with your GPA, you're looking at NEEDING a score of 168+ to have a decent shot (I mean, theoretically everyone has a shot no matter what, but to have a higher percentage chance). Especially if you're non-urm. This sounds rough, but we're talking about a Top 10 school, if people could get into Virginia with a 3.0 and a 164 on a regular basis, they wouldn't be a TOP 10 school. Good luck to you.