Thank you for your input. No I don't care for hypertrophy or added mass as it will slow me down. The advice has been consistant both on and off the site to keep one upper body day and keep the weight high to maintain strength, as well as choose a few key upper body exercises to keep. Such as weighted pullups and military/shoulder press. My strength coach at school said I'm crazy (he's right) for thinking that I can handle 3 lower body days and 4 track days per week for my pre-season training. He said that there's only one way I can do it with out overtraining, but the NCAA tests for that stuff.
So far from various input I have an idea how to schedule my pre-season training (which starts this weekend if all is well). As of late, I've been doing a lot of single leg work, explosive lifts and plyos, and lots of squats. My running has been 400m sprints to shed some fat and get a general base conditioning.
I like your comment about the supplimental work and working on what you're weak at. For me it is lower back. My hamstrings are almost too strong (that's not possible). I can nail nearly 20 GHR's with just my bodyweight (195) but I can only DL 440. I've seen people DL 500 but couldn't get one rep on a ghr. The 45 degree hypers will be the way to go for a while.
When I complete my research I will post my training routing soon. It will probably be just a Nov-Dec training plan as I like to re-evaluate after 4-8 weeks.