i'll leave it to the experts as to what to plant where, but you need to ask yourself how you will hunt it. If you have everything a deer could want within a few strides, why would they ever move around? You would have to hunt just the edges. If you space things a bit, you can get between the draws and hunt them in passing. How and where depend upon what time of day and what you expect the deer to do at that time, and the wind of course.
All of it looks good of course, but three spots jump out at me, and feel free to disagree, but without boots on the ground, These are where i would start hunting. Do you have a prevailing wind direction? If you do, keep that in mind when you place stands and food plots. (don't put a food plot down wind from the best stand location to hunt it, or the best route to get to it.)
You could also do secondary crops after the first harvest (there is a discussion on that subject on this site somewheres) I think it was beets suggested, because it would not hurt the cropland, and could be tilled back in to enrich for the next crop, unlike corn which would draw nutrients out of the soil. Anyways, good luck, take pics as you build it, and let us know how it goes.
The only real difference between a good tracker and a bad tracker is observation. All the same data is present for both. The rest is understanding what you are seeing.