Assuming they have 5 or 10 rounds with similar slots compared to last time, would a good strategy be to take a under slot player in the first round (like 30%-50% under slot) and then have more for later. This would be the strategy to essentially not have a first round pick. Take a safe late 1st/early 2nd type in the first round, save a million dollars, and then try to take 3 or 4 more second round talents or toolsy flyers in the middle round.
The key thing will be how many players want to be drafted. Some will stay in school, but HS players might have to wait for scholorships or playing time if there are better college seniors around.
Teams with the best scouts probably do well in this draft. Teams with the best analytics might find many of their models don't apply as well to the new environment with less data on each player. Of course that does not make me super confident.