LEC Spring Split 2020: Week 3 Player Power Rankings

League of Legends. Photo Courtesy of Riot Games.
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AD Carry

  1. Martin “Rekkles” Larsson
  2. Elias “Upset” Lipp
  3. Rasmus “Caps” Winther
  4. Patrik “Patrik” Jírů
  5. Steven “Hans Sama” Liv
  6. Matyáš “Carzzy” Orság
  7. Juš “Crownshot” Marušič
  8. Ju “Bvoy” Yeong-hoon
  9. Markos “Comp” Stamkopoulos
  10. Nihat “Innaxe” Aliev

5. RGE Hans Sama
The one difference between Rogue’s 2019 roster and their 2020 line-up is Hans Sama. Obviously, that’s not to say the Frenchman is the only reason for Rogue’s impressive start to the season, but he’s certainly had a major impact so far.

Despite not picking up a single Player of the Game award in Rogue’s three victories, Hans Sama has been a vital player for his team, offering excellent team fight damage and reliability from the bot lane.

Looking back at last year, Rogue struggled due to the inexperience and inconsistency of HeaQ and Woolite during the laning phase, often leading to an early gold deficit.

Now, the difference is night and day, as Hans Sama boasts an average +613 GD@15 (second-highest amongst LEC ADCs), proving that he and Vander can be relied on to come out of the bot lane ahead.

That being said, Rogue’s new marksman may need to find an extra gear in the coming weeks as he and his team find themselves clinging on to a playoffs qualification spot due to the immense talent in Europe in 2020.

Draven probably isn’t the answer, but Hans Sama offering more of a carry role for his team could be what’s needed to close the gap between Rogue and the top five.

9. VIT Comp
Comp is not solely to blame for Vitality’s difficult start to the Spring Split, nor are his teammates.

Some blame could be placed on the VIT coaching staff and management for throwing such an inexperienced roster into the deep end, but nobody could have anticipated such a lifeless start to the season, particularly from the team’s veterans.

Ultimately, Vitality’s AD Carry has a ton of potential that cannot be realized and allowed to flourish unless he’s on a team that can compete.

Until Team Vitality make line-up changes or serious adaptations to their gameplan on the Rift, Comp will remain bottom of the ADC power rankings, and Vitality will remain bottom of the LEC power rankings.