Here's what I would do, and you really have to take this as "random guy on the internet advice" rather than anything more than that.
-Starting strength 3 days per week until December (cut the bench, press, rows/cleans) and do a little extra core work as long as you can handle it.
-December switch to 2 days per week to allow more focus on riding.
-January switch to one day per week and stop progressing the weight (maybe cut deadlifts entirely now and just do squats)
-Do 1-2 days a week focused on box jump kind of explosive stuff. Some people say to drop the weight and do it faster, but to me that just sounds like a way to get injured.
-After January drop the lifting and get a neuro workout in every 1-2 weeks but for the most part focus on threshhold until it's time to build. As a 3 you still need to develop as an all around badass, not just a sprinter, and threshhold is basically king of everything.
-Forgot to mention it, but focus on bar speed throughout SS. Do a set of jumps or two during warmups to try to prime your legs. You don't want to be grinding the reps up, as that has absolutely nothing to do with cycling.
-As far as potential goes, depends on age, time to blow on training, education, and family obligations. Have fun with it, but don't let it detract too much from the rest of your life like it does for too many roadies. I don't know how old you are, but first priority is education, then later on family. Amazing how many dilusional guys are out there chasing the pro crit guy dream, with the best they can hope for is a salary that makes fast food look lucritive.