So the good news is you have rigor. We know you’re a 3.4 unweighted. If you added 1 for an AP and .5 for Honors, what would you be (weighted). I’ll assume a 3.8 - but we don’t know.
So Georgia State, UAB, Augusta. Perfect.
I think Mercer is borderline safety. Kennesaw and Auburn are safeties. I like U of SC and Texas A&M as targets. Texas A&M is huge; it’s the opposite of Mercer. It’s also extremely large. Why did you choose it?
Reach - I’ll agree - G Tech is not going to happen, UGA is not going to happen, UF is not going to happen - but that’s why you have reaches. So it’s fine. I imagine you’ll get into Penn State. FSU is a tough call - if you get it, it would be Summer start - but it’s possible. It’s also possible you get in with an out of state waiver - so unsure.
U of SC is the one - it could be target, but it’s getting harder and harder to get in.
So - dental school. You know where your dentist went? I don’t know where mine went. Actually, I do - Arkansas (for undergrad) but I think we were talking about football.
So there’s lots of schools. Kennesaw seems a good fit. Georgia Southern - but not enough college town.
Florida Schools - FAU and maybe UCF is worth a try.
Others - look at the SEC - UT Knoxville, LSU, Alabama, Kentucky, MS Stateetc.
Others out of state - Miami of Ohio is a solid choice, Indiana (moreso than Purdue perhaps and easier to get in), Pitt.
Since you threw out Mercer, I’ll throw out some midsize - Elon (private), UNC Asheville, UT Chattanooga, College of Charleston, Coastal Carolina.
These are really safeties/matches - mainly safety.
You may even find merit aid.
You haven’t listed financial constraints. You say your parents will pay for Mercer and out of state - but that doesn’t state how much they can afford or want to afford - so that info would help.
As for reaches, you have UF and FSU + UGA and Ga Tech. You might look at U of Maryland, SMU, NC State, and Ohio State - but bang for the buck, you’ll be better off on some that I listed - or some of the GA schools like GA Southern, Valdosta State, or even the UTK or FAU type schools.
Hope that helps.