I wouldn't even have them touch the weights at this point honestly. I feel like there wouldn't be a lot of benefit. Instead, I'd have them spend a few months playing some sort of sport (something active, like football, basketball, hockey, soccer, wrestling, boxing, etc. Not so much golf, bowling, baseball, etc).
After developing some basic athleticism, coordination, and tenacity, I'd have the move on to bodyweight work for a few months. Dave Tate proposed the notion of not having a trainee touch the bench press until they could do 100 push ups, and I feel like it's pretty sound advice honestly. Have some chins/inverted rows, sled dragging/lunges, ab work, etc thrown in to develop some foundational strength and body awareness.
The, after that, I'd have them move on to 5/3/1 and modify as needed for a while.
But that takes too long and no one wants to do it.