It seems pretty doable. What is weak in your deadlift? Also maybe more pressing/extending volume? Just 3 sets of overhead pressing seems a little low. It's less than I get as an Olympic style Weightlifter, and there are literally people out there that say you don't need an upper body to do Weightlifting.
Also in my opinion, three weeks of singles with one variation doesn't seem like a good idea. If you want a three long ME cyclce, there are a few ways to do it.
week 1: get a feeler 3 heavy triple on that variation nothing insane, but nothing easy
week 2: shoot for a new PR for a heavy triple
week 3: heavy single, try to edge out a 5 pound PR and if that was doable then go for PRs from there
week 4: next variation
It gives you a nice built in semi-deload while letting you get familiar with your movement.
week 1: 5 rep max
week 2: 3 rep max
week 3: 1 rep max
I used to like that when I was starting out because I needed the reps. It's good if you need reps, and not more time under 90+%.
Also literally everything Fletch said. Jumping, sled dragging/pushing, muscle building, and prehab work are a big part of Westside.
There are a few others, but those are the two big ones.