After three weeks of Spring Split action, players have had their chance to showcase their skills on the LEC stage. Find out who has impressed and who has disappointed in our player power rankings!
The LEC is a simple league. Ten teams fight on the Rift for forty minutes and in the end, G2 always win. While the G2 roster will inevitably dominate this week’s players power rankings (and probably all six following weeks), it’s interesting to see how the rest of the LEC’s individual players stack up against one another after Week 3.
With the standings extremely tight, particularly in the middle of the pack, it’s difficult to separate players in their respective roles unless they put on consistently strong performances.
As a result, much like with our team power rankings, just because one player ranks higher than another in this list does not necessarily mean they are clearly the better player, so take it with a pinch of salt.
Let’s kick off Week 3’s LEC player power rankings with the most useful role in the game, top lane:
- Martin “Wunder” Hansen
- Barney “Alphari” Morris
- Finn “Finn” Wiestål
- Andrei “Orome” Popa
- Gabriel “Bwipo” Rau
- Danny “Dan Dan” Le Comte
- Dae-han “Expect” Ki
- Lucas “Cabochard” Simon-Meslet
- Andrei “Odoamne” Pascu
- Toni “Sacre” Sabalić
4. MAD Orome
The inexperienced MAD Lions line-up have received tons of praise over the first few weeks of the Spring Split, but one of the more underappreciated members of the roster has to be top laner Orome.
While Humanoid and Carzzy pop off in team fights and Shadow dictates the play early on, Orome often goes under the radar as he performs consistently on a variety of top lane champions. Despite only dealing 16.2% of his team’s damage (the lowest of any top laner in the LEC so far), he boasts an impressive 5.0 KDA, a number only topped by G2’s Wunder in the Spring Split.
When you’re next watching MAD Lions on the LEC stage, pay close attention to the Romanian in the top lane and how he provides massive utility for his team in key fights without much jungle assistance in the early game.
6. FNC Bwipo
Bwipo’s “int or win” playstyle has peaked in 2020 as he’s continued to showcase his ability to either completely throw away his lane or come out of it with a major lead throughout the Spring Split so far.
This is illustrated by the stats among top laners as Bwipo currently sits around the middle of the pack for almost every area.
Would Fnatic be a better team without Bwipo? Probably not. The Belgian offers something completely different in the top lane that not even Wunder can match; his ability to bring out unique picks and be a threat to the enemy team from an overlooked role is something Fnatic can always rely on.
Maybe leave the Rengar behind though.