Actually the recommendation he made is bang on. Although I’ve used other splits depending on the client’s priority.
I see the deadlift workout as the most neurologically demanding one. Which is why it’s best to do it with a day off prior and after. For some people the squat is more neurologically demanding than the deadlift, so you could change the order.
I prefer to do the press rather than the bench press prior to the squat; the bench press will get the pecs tighter and might make it harder to squat properly at first. Arguably, once warmed-up it should not be an issue and this is really a minor point.
I’ve also use a different structure where the bigger workouts are Monday/Wednesday/Friday and Saturday is the easier workout. In that case it could look like:
Wednesday: Bench press
Saturday: Overhead press
Again, if for you the squat is more demanding than the deadlift you could reverse both days.