I doubt, but don't rule out, the top 10, and would imagine you'll get in somewhere in the top 30 for sure. PRL publications are powerful: remember, the PGRE is important mostly because it's a standardized (though poorly correlated) method of measuring graduate success. Since grad school is about research, the two PRL publications prove your ability to succeed in grad school, and your GPA shows you have the motivation to jump the prelim hurdle and get to what you do best. You should talk to people at the universities you apply to though, it's much easier for an admissions committee to accept someone who has a professor already ready to take the student on their research group (and with your strong research background, you should manage to find such people).
ALSO, share your profile!