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Jakob Poeltl was projected by most to be a lottery selection in the 2015 NBA Draft, but he opted to return to Utah. His return means that Utah only lost Delon Wright from their 2014-15 team, which will make them a top contender once again in 2015-16, as virtually everyone else returns.

College Court Report is thinking of expanding our number of writers, and you could be the next writer with CCR!

Want to write for us? Fill out the brief application below, and we will get back to you as soon as possible!

As a writer, one should:

– Have experience in writing.
– Be creative when thinking of topics to write about!
– Be familiar with the ins and outs of NCAA basketball (both men’s and women’s is considered an asset).
– Be able to write several articles per month, of various lengths.
– Knowledge of AP style is preferred.
– Be yourself! We will give you the freedom to write about what you would like, as long as it’s backed with solid, accurate research and the spelling and grammar are correct. You can do GAME PREVIEWS, GAME RECAPS, OPINION PIECES, HEADLINES, ETC…basically, whatever your heart desires!

Please note, writers are not paid here at CCR! However, it can be used as a platform to gain more journalism experience in the sporting industry!

Also, this doesn’t necessarily mean we will expand at all! We are simply considering our options as we look to increase our overall coverage in the 2015-16 NCAA basketball season!

We will take roughly 72 hours to review your application before reaching out to you.

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