"Upper chest development" is a total non-concern when we're talking about an in-season athlete's training.
One of the keys for in-season training, when performance on the field is the number one priority and the weight room is a clear second/maybe third, is that you want to do the minimum necessary in the gym, for volume and exercise selection. Each exercise should have a clear and specific purpose, and should contribute to the bigger (short term) picture.
Can you squat, row, and RDL in one session and then run hard the next day? If so, cool. If not, change it. Are banded rack pulls the best choice or would trap bar deads do a similar or better job? Do you need to do laterals now, or can you get along without them for the next four months? That kind of stuff.
What's the purpose of these heavier/low rep complexes - Strength building? Conditioning? Fat loss? I wouldn't say you need complexes for conditioning when you have three intense cardio sessions/practices plus a game each week.