Krizancic can play either guard spot. Krizancic said, "I am a 1-2 guard. I usually play both. I am mostly a shooter, but I can drive too. I like to drive and dish off to the post or kick out to a three point shot. In high school we shoot a lot of threes so that is what I am used to."
Krizancic added about his style:
"I resemble Stephon Curry. I am shooter. I am around his size. I try to get as many shots I can. I go off screens. I work all around the court to get my shot if possible."
Krizancic is also strong in classroom earning a 3.4 GPA.
Krizancic has visited Miami and Navy.
As a junior this past season, Krizancic averaged 27.1 points per game which was the highest scoring average in the state at the end of the regular season.
Krizancic helped Mentor to a 23-4 record. Mentor reached the Division I state semifinals before falling 66-59 in overtime to Cincinnati Moeller.
Although Mentor lost its starting point guard, the school has a chance to do damage again this season. Krizancic said, "We have a lot of kids coming back. So we should be pretty good."
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