Wondering what would be considered a realistic for Econ PhD programs? More details about my profile:

Undergrad GPA: 3.5 Top 3 Unive
Major: Econ , math. calc 1, 2, 3 (B,B,A) Honors Econ 1,2,3 (B,B,B), Analysis 1,2,3 (A,A,A), honors game theory (B), Abstract Linear Algebra (C) Econometrics (A) Algebra 1,2 (A,A), PDE (B), Stat classes (intro to stat thry 1,2 , probability, markov chains) (all A's), honors CS 1, 2 (B, A)

GREs: Not taken yet

Letters: letter from prof at Harvard and from one at HBS worked for both for 2 summers, letter from AP in my dept, letter from game theory prof.

Research Experience: RA for AP in dept. for 3 years, Behavioral Econ research at university-affiliated institute, 2 summers at Harvard working at the Center for Mathematical Sciences and Applications and HBS doing game theory/ Math research.

I'm not entirely sure what to think of my profile and how competitive I am for some of the top schools. I think my research background is good and my letters of rec will be strong as well, but I want to hear what everyone's thoughts are. I'm concerned about my GREs. Not quant, but verbal. Is a verbal score in that range too low?

Overall, thoughts and chances? Please be realistic. Thank you!