Brock, when most people purchase dough balls, they buy them thawed, from the refrigerator case. This allows you to let the dough sit out for an hour or two and then form and bake. Frozen balls complicate things a bit. Are there any directions on the packaging? I might let them thaw in the fridge overnight first and then take them out to warm up a bit and bake.
Here's how you form dough. Ignore the the part about the rolling pin.
If you've only got flour for forming the pizza, go with that. Any kind of flour will be fine- smell it first, and make sure it's not too old, if it's been sitting around a while for more than a month or too.
Tell me about your oven. Gas? Electric? If it's gas, does it have a broiler burner in the main oven compartment or is there a separate compartment below for broiling? What is the oven's peak temp? Do you have a pizza stone and a peel or a pizza pan? If you have a stone, what kind is it and what are it's dimensions? If it's a pan, how big is it?
Dough is ready to use when it's doubled in volume from it's original size and is puffy and airy. Since you didn't make the dough and don't know it's original size, you basically have to guess. Most pre-made doughs that I see in the refrigerator case have plenty of bubbles formed (sometimes too many), so I think it's generally a safe bet to take it out of the fridge, let it warm up for an hour or two and then bake it and not really worry about fermenting it longer or being too concerned with volume.
One thing I should make you aware of is that the odds of this pizza being a success (or even being edible) are astronomically low. I couldn't eat my first home baked pizza and I'm sure many members here have similar stories to tell. The road to good (and great) home baked pizza is a journey. It took me 20 years (on my own) to reach pizza nirvana. Thankfully, you have us, so it shouldn't take you much time at all. Theoretically, with some conscientious time and effort, you can be making good pizza in a couple weeks. But, be prepared for a few losses before you start getting wins.
I'm curious, how much was the case of dough balls from Sam's Club?