Thats what my deadlift workout consisted of... deficits, block pulls and if I felt burnt out I would throw the still legs into my squat workout. I didn't see the purpose of pulling from the floor really, and only did a handful of times during my off season, which was about 4 months. I also used a texas squat bar to pull with, and later switched to a competition grade eleiko bar (swear to god that thing is stiffer) and I think that made a difference once I moved back over to the texas deadlift bar.
I'm 6'3, 255 pounds.
Well yeah, but you're gonna have to buy it. It's called "metroflex gym powerbuilding basics" and has a ton of info in it. I used a program (it has many) specifically layed out for a guy named BJ Whitehead. It was a fun routine and I plan on running something like it for my next meet. Alot of cluster sets, speet squats, heavy deadlifts and dead benching.
My best bench is 405, although I was 285 when I did that. Honestly haven't got to test my bench in a while because Im kind of scared to haha. At my current bodyweight I'd imagine it's more around 375.. bench seems to be the only thing to go down with weight loss.