I do not, at least until you have a reasonable working knowledge of how you respond to training. That takes a while to learn.
I would say eat around maintenance. If you recover OK and find your fat starts moving on, so much the better. If after a few weeks (well, four to eight) you're recovering but not losing any fat at all, try reducing your daily intake by 100 calories if you like. If you still recover well and some fat starts going over the next four to eight weeks, great. If not, drop another 100 calories and repeat until you hit that good recovery/leaning out sweet spot.
Finding your theoretical maintenance is easy enough. You get a window:
Top end is bodyweight in lbsx17
Bottom end is bodyweight in lbsx14
I'd set your initial daily intake as the middle of that window and work down from there.
BW = 200 lbs
Top end = BWx17 = 3400 calories
Bottom end = BWx14 = 2800 calories
Middle = 3100 calories