i would go for a style you like and build your recipe around that. Throwing everything together and hoping for the best doesn't always turn out that well (not saying it won't).
For example, your grain bills looks like it would typically fit a Pale Ale, IPA kind of style. However your hopping is nowhere near those styles. You would end up with a disappointing clash in my opinion.
That is purely my opinion though. I feel that trying to brew to a style while still learning is the greatest benefit for me. It opens the door for more feedback and a better learning experience if things don't go as planned.