Your 4P5T rotary switch functions exactly the same as a 4P5T superswitch (or Megaswitch-M). If you find a diagram that uses one of those and 2 volumes and 2 tones, you are good to go.
If not, we could discuss creating a diagram just for your application. It sounds like adding a push-pull or two is locked out because of your need for concentric pots and leaving room for expansion. If that's the case, consider the 5 different combinations you would want of the 3 coils. (2 from the neck HB and one from the SC at the bridge. Any combination of 1, 2, or 3 coils in series or parallel would be possible.
If there is any way to add a push-pull or a DPDT minitoggle, your choices expand greatly. Instead of just 5 choices, you could have as many as 10.
Looks like RT has you pointed pretty much in the right direction. I will add that I'm assuming you want concentric Vol/tone pots, one per pickup, so that each pickup has individual V and T. This is a separate module that will go before the switching; you can use any 4-pot SG/LP diagram for that part of it. Just treat your SC as if it were a two-wire vintage HB.
As for the rotary switch, as RT says, any Superswitch diagram is useable.
OK, so the controls are a "go", it's just the switching to be dealt with.
One of "the elders" here, unklmickey, developed a series of humbucker-SC schemes he called "Hum-Sing".
These all use a Superswitch with a mini-toggle for series/parallel between the two pickups (in the middle 3 switch positions). Here, it's a bridge HB with a neck SC, but switching any of these schemes to a neck HB-bridge SC is just a matter of re-labelling the pickups on the diagrams.
Not exactly what you want, of course, but one or more of these designs may serve to inspire you. Make a note of JohnH's version- Scroll down for that one- he uses the mini-toggle switch as a coil-cut switch for the HB, so that the SC sound is available in all the middle positions. The 5-way switch is then used for the series/parallel sounds.
But I'd love to throw in something strange with a mini switch, maybe go out of phase?
Out of phase is one possibility, but I think it could be just one position on the rotary. I was originally thinking (system) series/parallel, but the 2 volume configuration complicates matters a bit. So a series/parallel for the HB or even a series/split/parallel (using a DPDT on-on-on minitoggle) might be a possibility.
For the rotary, I'd suggest: Neck only Neck in parallel with Bridge Neck in series with Bridge Neck in series with Bridge Out of Phase Bridge only.
The minitoggle would allow for the two coils of the HB to be in series or parallel with each other.
OR the minitoggle would have the HB in normal series or split (one coil) mode.
OR the minitoggle would have the HB in series/one coil/ parallel if you use an on-on-on switch.
In the first two cases, you would have a total of 9 configurations. In the third case, you would have 12.
Managed to work out the wiring, eventually ran the neck PU though the on/on/on switch then into the 5 way... Just waiting for the kill switch and a new set of strings in the post then I'll post some sort of demo up...