I am just a general strength enthusiast really. I have a double body weight dead lift, can press a 32kg both sides. I run S&S with the 32kg, but I can only do 3 strict pull ups. My main goal is pull ups/back development, I'm not looking to increase sprint time. Just doing sprints for an efficient cardio workout under 20 minutes.
This will play a large role in your decision making process as you address your workout.
Something like this may work. **PLEASE NOTE< ITS A VERY GENERIC TEMPLATE
alactic sprint work- for example, perform an :8 sprint, rest :60-80 and repeat. I would start with 6-8 reps and go from there. Record your distance in each sprint, find 85% to 90% of your max sprint time and thats your target number on your sprints.
tempo runs- Run 50-70 yds at 65-70% and walk back. Focus on stride length and good mechanics. You should feel as if your are floating. You should never chase the burn on these, if your legs are heavy, rest longer
FPP and a maybe a heavy 2H swing day. Do a set of heavy swings for :30, rest for 2- 2:30 minutes and do some repeats. Make sure that your hips are fast and you have a nice hardstyle swing.
I'm assuming "back development" means hypertrophy? If so I'd suggest suppinating your grip and performing chins instead of overhand pull-ups, you'll put the lats through a greater ROM, and be able to do more reps and add weight faster than a pull-up. Working up to adding weight on the chin should transfer over when performing a strict pull-up as well so you shouldn't miss out on those numbers if you have a rep goal in mind.
I'd also say regardless of the number of days you deadlift that you keep the reps per set to 6-8 for more hypertrophy. Apologies if I read that wrong, disregard all the above.
DL similar to Pavel's blog for his fathers program for the month or so that you're on it, drop the jumps each week as needed rather than the reps per set, perhaps add an extra set or two each session if only doing it for a few weeks:
Looks solid, have you tried a slightly narrower grip? Only thing I'd change is to actively squeeze your legs together as you pull. Adding 10-15lbs to drive your hips against and assist your legs may actually create a stronger pull immediately.