Texas method maybe? I'm with Reed and chrit_ottawa though in questioning why the interest in high frequency. Also, do you mean high frequency by S/BP/DL all three times a week, or just training them three times a week?
If it is the former, I've seen some success using this template:
Speed DL - competition style - 5x2 @ 60%
Heavy squat - 3x3 @ 85%
Bench work - 3x5 @80%
Assistance - lunges - 3x6-8
Speed bench - 5x2 @ 60%
Heavy DL - competition style - 5x1 @ 85%
Front squat work - 3x5 @80% NOTE: front squats here are chosen because the main weak point was the quads. If the weakness was lower back it could be heavy-ish good mornings, if tightness and glutes/hams box squats, etc.
Asssitance - suitcase carry - 3 sets
Speed squats - paused - 5x2 @ 60%
Heavy bench - 3x3 @ 85%
DL work - snatch grip DL - 3x5 @80% NOTE: this is the same case as the front squats, targeting a weak point. Any DL variation targeting the weakest point would be used.
Assistance - Kroc rows - 3 sets
Go up 5 lbs on everything every fortnight, 10 lbs if it feels like everything is way too light.
For what it's worth, that approach worked/works in an older female lifter (70 yrs) who has been training these lifts for about a year and whose maxes aren't as high as yours (currently at about 132 lbs, max squat (no belt, wraps or sleeves): 143; max bench: 66; DL (no belt): 165).