Awesome work on the weight gain, but what exactly does this mean? What's your waist measurement? Any recent pics?
How's your power clean and overhead press?
Fair enough. But it's your nutrition. Gaining too much fat and not enough muscle during a bulk is an unfortunately common situation.
What are those goals?
Really, the next step depends a bit on exactly where you end up now and where your strength levels actually are. If you're not yet at certain basic strength levels, it might be best to stick to a plan that's been working and consider tweaking it with some added conditioning and/or accessory work.
Check out this recent article for some ideas about training for multiple "functional" attributes:
Either consider setting up a program along those lines or just think about incorporating some of the ideas.
At 6'2" and 220 pounds with "a fair bit of bodyfat", you could definitely use more lean muscle. That's going to come with a well-designed plan and consistent nutrition.
Remember, too, that two years is a pretty long time away as far as fat loss is concerned. If you focus on cleaning up your nutrition and training balls-out, it really shouldn't be much of an issue at all when it comes time to sign up.