First, I’m glad that your goal is to lose body fat and not simply to lose weight. With that in mind, you will need to continually monitor your progress in those terms. You should create a weekly chart to record your body weight, body fat %, fat weight, and lean mass. Watch your lean mass carefully and make sure that the weight you lose is predominately fat.
Now, in order to lose 15% body fat from your current statistics you would need to lose roughly 33lbs of fat while maintaining all of your lean mass.
Here’s the breakdown:
200lbs, 25% bf = 50lbs fat, 150lbs lbm
167lbs, 10% bf = 17lbs fat, 150lbs lbm
Although everyone is unique and genetic factors play a big role in this process, this goal may be a bit ambitious. Also with such an aggressive schedule it would be very difficult to lose this much weight and have no corresponding loss of lbm. Basically you are looking for a loss of over two pounds of fat per week without losing any lean mass.
You seem to have clear goals and the determination to make significant changes in your body composition. It just may take more time than you have outlined. Keep that vision in your mind and work hard to get there. Just be careful of reducing calories too far or excessive high intensity cardio.
All this to say, stay on top of your peri-workout nutrition HARD. LBM will be everything. I’ll say it, even though it’s a pipe dream for most: You could even gain some.