More is not always better.
Wednesday looks like hell.
Deadlift day should be high intensity yet you are going to to do 5 sets of 5 reps after doing 10 hard sets of back and front squats. No way you are going to be lifting maximum weights by the time you get to deadlifts yet they are the most taxing reps you will ever do.
I think you would be better off following a ready made program. There are plenty on this site and if it’s 5 x 5 you like then as Rampent Badger suggested have a read of Texas Method. Madcow is another that lifters seem to get good results with.
Then again why limit yourself to 5 sets of 5 reps ?
A lot of top deadlifters ramp up to fives, tripples or doubles depending on what week they’re on.
5 x 5 on dips can be hard on shoulders and especially elbows. I’d be pushing those sets out to 8 - 15 reps.
Pullups work well when varied over a wider rep range such as 5 -15.
I’d add more hamstring work as well. Romanian Deadlifts and leg curls are the obvious choice. Goodmornings and glute ham raises is another option.
Can’t add those things to what you’ve got though so I would change everything.
A workout A, workout B ,workout C full body approach can work really well. This would have varying rep ranges and the emphasis of the routine would change for each session. ie Workout C Friday is Deadlift day and starts with conventional deadlifts Ramp up to a top weight of 5, 3 or 2. Then you would back squat. 5 sets of pullups then go home.