i'm not CT but...
i think you will burn out very quickly on that split...
high pulls (i presume snatch grip?) then snatch grip deadlifts the next day is terrible. your deadlift performance could very well suffer, as well as too much nerual strain.. the same can be said for high pull-squat day combo... while potentially not AS bad, your posterior chain muscles will be suffering in the squat, hurting performance, leading to under-stimulated quads..
CT usually say just do 1 day of squat/deadlift variation not 2, because of the neural strain.. if you want to keep deadlifts, then position them between an OFF day, and a pressing day.. if you want to do squats, i'd suggest the same thing, or you could do front squats, after a high pull day -better to do the high pulls from blocks to lessen the posterior chain fatigue though..
I dont use the max pump layer, but i think its ~60% of ramp. holding for X seconds, where X equals the number of reps you just lifted. just type 'layer system max pump layer' on google.
unless somethings changed, the assistance work was 3-4 sets of 4-6/6-8 reps depending on the movement (lower reps for compounds/presses).
factor in a day for lat/bicep work, or train them after a layer day (NOT before your legs/high pull day!)
hope that helps