From my view point I'd say he's a keeper because:
1) You have him patterned really well as evidenced by the pics.
2) If you are a LR hunter you can arrange your shot for your longest shot braggin' rights. That's important around here;) (Yards are more important than inches......) It's kind of a new concept but rapidly catching on.
3) His horns are quite recognizable allowing you to identify him at distance so you can start out far and work up as close as you need.
4) The flesh looks to be tender enough for good eatin' which is high on 'my' list of considerations.
Let us know what you decide and don't forget the white paper plate with info in the pic.