Hm. Ok. But I was thinking a phrase less like "belongs at the top" (sounds egotistical, self-important, bleck) and more like "values academic excellence," or "rigorous scholarship"; something that actually does characterize the way "top law schools" see themselves vis-a-vis the others.
But again, they'll see all of that from your stats and softs. If you did well in undergrad, have a strong statement, have good LORs from people who have supervised or taught you, etc, that will tell them so much more than where else you applied. Where else you applied might give them some insight into where you want to live or what type of law you want to study, but I don't see how it would give them any insight into your "academic excellence."