No. No no no no no. He has SEVEN days per week of lifting. That's utterly stupid. Don't tell him which days to switch around on this program, he needs a completely different program!
If you're an athlete and you're doing regular training sessions for your sport, you need to plan your lifting accordingly. 7 days per week is too much for ANYONE. Even top-level Olympic athletes only train 6 days per week.
Speaking of Olympic lifters, if you're a jumper looking for more power, the oly lifts are your best friends. I'd recommend a 3 day per week routine based on olympic lifts with some aesthetic hypertrophy training (think: Thibaudeau's Beach Training for Performance-Oriented Lifters) at the end of the workout. Your primary focus should be on your sport, so train like it. You're trying WAY too much volume and much too high of a training frequency.