I don't think there's anything inherently wrong with what you're doing, but that isn't to say you couldn't do something better.
Bear in mind I'm not an aesthetics guy, but if it's leg size you're after you may need to do more reps for your squats - and that could require some changes. Off top of my head, why not try something like this:
Squat - 5x3-5@85%, 1xAMRAP@60%
RDL - 5X10
1 press, 1 row, 3 sets each of 8-12 reps
Front squat - 5x3-5@85%, 1xAMRAP@60%
Lunges - 5x10
1 press, 2 rows, 3 sets each of 8-12 reps
Deadlift - 5x1-3@90%
Squat - 5x10@60%
1 press, 1 row, 3 sets of each of 8-12 reps
Once you can do all your squat and front squat sets at five and your deadlift sets at three, add five kg and start again. Do the same with your presses and rows. Because they're for higher reps, you won't be able to use particularly heavy weights but that will let you focus most of your energy on your squat whole still doing upper body work. Your 5x10 sets you can add weight as you like, but I'd recommend only doing that every three to four weeks.