League of Legends: Patch 10.3 Aggregated Jungle Tier List

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We take a look at the League of Legends jungle meta in Patch 10.3.

Junglers were salivating at Patch 10.3 with the promise of experience changes giving a boost to an otherwise stale League of Legends meta. Now that the patch is live, though, we need to examine just how much of an impact those buffs (as well as the few individual champion changes) had.

Jungle tier list

S tier: Ekko, Elise
A+ tier: Lee Sin (⇐), Shaco, Kha’Zix (⇑), Zac (⇑⇒), Olaf (⇒), Master Yi (⇒)
A tier: Rek’Sai (⇐), Karthus, Rengar, Jarvan IV (⇑)
B tier:  Shyvana (⇐), Nunu & Willump, Warwick, Sett, Graves, Vi, Nidalee, Xin Zhao, Kindred, Evelynn, Nocturne, Kayn, Trundle (⇑)
C tier: Jax (⇑), Rammus, Sejuani (⇑), Taliyah, Hecarim, Gragas, Udyr (⇑), Dr. Mundo, Amumu, Ivern, Volibear (⇑)
D tier: Twitch (⇑), Fiddlesticks, Poppy (*⇒)
F tier: Skarner (⇐*), Sylas, Qiyana, Pantheon (*), Diana



  • * = new to the tier list this patch
  • ⇑ = improved (rated at least one tier higher than the previous patch)
  • ⇓ = declined (rated at least one tier lower than the previous patch)
  • ⇐ = borderline-up (within 10% of being in the next-higher tier)
  • ⇒ = borderline-down (within 10% of being in the next-lower tier)


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  • With all the hype surrounding those experience changes, the top ten junglers are still exactly the same in Patch 10.3 as they were the previous patch. The only change is in the order (Lee Sin, Kha’Zix, and Zac up, Master Yi and Rek’Sai down).
  • The biggest drop in our ranking from the last patch belongs to Diana, who is now rated the worst jungler that can be considered a legitimate pick in the role. Of course, this is due to the nerfs she received in this patch, which makes sense. The next-biggest jungler who dropped in our ranking was another nerfed champion, Ekko.
  • And, as Jankos feared, the jungle champion with the biggest improvement in Patch 10.3 was Sejuani. He jumped all the way from the low-D tier to the high-C tier.
  • Someone tell Captain Flowers the good news, because Skarner has the highest win rate of any jungler at over 56% in Platinum and above (but only a 0.5% pick rate). The next best jungler by win rate, Karthus, does at least have a pick rate over 5%.
  • Among the worst junglers by win rate are, in order, Sylas, Poppy, Camille, and Amumu. However, it’s not until you hit Gragas at 47.9% win rate that you find a jungler with a pick rate of over 2% (and Gragas is at over 6.5%).

Buffed Champions


Buffs to the Boar Rider’s base attack speed and Passive set Sejuani up for the biggest bump in our tier list from the last patch. Her win rate shot up by over 1.7% from the last patch after the buffs and her pick rate almost tripled. She still has a bit of a ways to go with her win rate under 49% and being rated in the C tier, though.

Nerfed Champions


She’s been a fringe pick in the jungle despite my hopes following the rework, but the nerfs to her base stats and Pale Cascade hit her hard. As noted, she’s an F tier jungler at the moment on the verge of falling out of the meta.


Riot went right at Ekko’s jungle presence, hitting his Passive’s bonus damage to monsters, but it didn’t seem to phase the Boy Who Shattered Time. He’s still an S tier pick Patch 10.3 with a decent pick rate (12.2%). Although his win rate is down almost 2% from last patch, he still has an over-50% win rate (50.4%).


Sett’s actually become an incredible flex pick in the meta, including performing quite well in the jungle. The nerfs to his base health regen and his Haymaker didn’t do anything to slow the Boss from taking over the jungle. As players begin to learn his kit, he’s risen in our tier list to high-B tier.

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Methodology: These rankings were determined by finding the average standardized score of a champion from nine different tier lists from sites around the internet. This is done by assigning a certain weight to each different score, rank, or grade given by these sites (for instance, both a “Diamond” rating and “A” grade would be worth a 90 score). The standardized score is then determined by looking at the average score given to all champions in every role by that site as well as the standard deviation of scores given (so that sites that give out more high grades will not have their As be worth the same as a site that gives out very few high grades).

The full, underlying data can be found here. This link also includes the full listing of how the scores are assigned. Champions must be rated by at least half of the sites audited in order to qualify for our tier list.Le