Is your primary goal to be "jacked in your upper body" or to be good at football?
Not that I'm against some extra work outside of team lifting sessions - I did it myself when I was in college - but my extra lifting was geared towards football. Our team lifting was fairly modest in-season so I did an extra bench day (Sundays) and an extra lower-body day (Mondays, when we did not practice).
Sounds like a couple of bros trying to get jacked for summer at the beach. Which is fine, if that's a primary goal, but all that stuff is likely to detract from the quality of your football training. Especially for a dude coming off a torn labrum. Are you sure your ligaments and tendons are ready to handle that much extra upper body volume?
Also, WTH are you doing during your team workouts? How do you have enough energy to do that much extra beach-muscle-hypertrophy work?
Oh, gee, that's all?
Eat: meat, vegetables, fruit, some rice or starchy carbs
Don't Eat: Pizza, Pasta, Fries, Taco Bell, McDonald's
Supplements: this site has plenty of fine posters who can inform you to this end.
Don't worry about your BF number. Worry about how you look, feel, and perform.