isn't the hottest of decks, but it can win games. I played one several times in Friday-Night Magic and I did about as well as I have done with other decks considered Tier One or Tier Two.
I found it was better to shift the lands toward
to ensure that I was able to cast Silverblade on turn three and Sublime on turn two. This mean dumping the
one-drops - which aren't great any way - and giving up on Vampire Nighthawk. Lingering Souls
is a card that will do a great deal for you. It will provide chump blockers so your Exalted guys stay safe and it can provide extra bodies for Sublime to exalt. With the flashback, it gives you a bunch of bodies.
With the tokens, I found that Tragic Slip
was a breeze to use.
I don't see any use for Disciple of Bolas in this deck.
Spirit Mantle is not Standard-legal. Rest in Peace
is a side-board staple and while it wqould screw your Souls if you add them it will screw Reanimator and other graveyard-centric decks harder.