Upper back (traps and rhomboids, rear delts to an extent) do as I have already stated, snatch grip block pulls, best way to overload your upper back, work up in 10% increments for 8 reps until you can no longer do 8 reps.
Then onto the pull-ups. Do 30-50 depending on how many you can already do, 6 being on the low end and do all the reps in as many sets as possible as fast as you can, try to decrease the sets until you can do 50 reps in 3 sets, then add weight.
Then finish off with some faces-pulls for 2 sets of 25.
That is what I would do anyway, easy and to the point. If you don't want to do the snatch deads then replace them with barbell rows, but I would urge you not to, people tend to cheat too much and get no-where with them.