I'm about to introduce this game into my family but they are not gamers neither they know the concepts of drafting cards. But alas, I'll not play with draft rules, I'll use the draw12-pick9 variant for now.
What I really want to achieve is the best way to show how this game works because cards are the core of this game and you have to pick them before you play the game. For a first timer is really difficult to judge how or what cards are needed to pick and used through years #1 #2 and #3.
So, what's the ideal way to teach this game? Show some gameplay examples and then proceed to card picking? Used a pre-determined set of cards for each player?
If you really want them to enjoy the game, you should consider pre-creating a deck of cards for each player. Give them cards that are powerful (but not complex to remember/administer). Make sure your own hand is weaker than their hands...so that they have a good chance of wining the game.
Then have them randomly choose one of the hands that you've pre-created for them.
This means you get rid of the draft altogether. The draft is a great part of the game, but if you don't know the cards, the draft is slow and frustrating. Even after reading the cards for the first time, they'll have a hard time discerning which are more powerful than others. I would even suggest that you determine their phase 1-2-3 cards. So when they sit down to play, they just pick up 3 cards and start rolling dice. It will be a quicker more enjoyable session for a 1st time player. By the time they learn their 1st 3 cards, they'll pick up their next 3.