Okay, so you kinda-sorta-almost answered three of the five questions I asked. Let's see what we can figure out.
Translation: you're 6'1" and 187, with a pretty high bodyfat (if that's even accurate). You're what some might call "skinny-fat." Especially at your height, since you're a taller guy, you need much more lean muscle on you.
That's a fine bodyweight goal, but I suggest you forget you ever heard about "bodyfat percentages" because they can be so inaccurate depending on how they're being calculated (calipers, handheld device, etc.)
Try to base progress from a combo of strength in the gym, how clothes are fitting, and what you see in the mirror/photos.
This is super-vague info, but I'd suggest not alternating reps every two weeks for more consistent progress. There's also a chance your workouts aren't designed properly to stimulate muscle growth, or, like JFG said, you could be half-assing when you're in the gym.
There's a reason I asked for [/i]exactly[/i] what you ate yesterday.
Of course a look at your "average" meal plan should look good. But the problem with most people is that they're simply inconsistent, especially when it comes to bulking and eating enough, every meal everyday, to put on good size.
Again you laid out some pretty vague info (no amounts!) and it's only an "average", it doesn't really tell us anything. Based on what you're saying about your diet, things "should be" on track... but I guess it isn't.
Best I can say for now is to align your eating with the ideas in the article I linked to above, and try having some protein, carbs, and fats in every meal.