No higher levels guys have posted here yet, so you get a medium-level guy. Since it sounds like you're serious about this, I'll be very honest.
You don't look like you work out. I'm sure you look way better than you did before you started working out, and I'm sure people who knew you before can see the difference, but at this point, seeing you for the first time, you look super average. So according to T nation standards in ratings, that puts you at like 2-3, somewhere in there.
Fortunately, I see some easy fixes. You're right that you don't need to worry about getting fat, you're not close to that. But I'll get to your diet in a second. First, I would suggest getting rid of half the supplements you're taking. Alpha Male has no place in your supplements at age 19. It's a good supplement, but isn't going to have good VALUE for you at your age, your T is already high. Don't need Beta7 either. You ALSO don't need the creatine or BCAA's, because you're getting those in your musclepharm supplement. Unless your doctor told you that your vitamin C levels are low, that's not helping you either.
Take allllll the money you spend on that stuff, and use it on food. The most honest thing a bodybuilder will ever tell you is that bodybuilding is about the food, not the supplements. Your diet looks really sparse, like you're barely eating. The foods themselves are good, but I suspect you're not getting enough of them. Why only 1 chicken breast? Double up on the proteins. Extra chicken is a super affordable way to go. You're eating a decent amount of eggs already, but you could always do more. This diet makes it look like losing fat IS a priority.
You didn't say anything specific about your workouts, so I can't give any advice beyond this. Post specifics about your routine for guidance there.