LCS Spring Split 2020: Week 4 Player Power Rankings

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1. Robert “Blaber” Huang (Cloud9)
2. Jake “Xmithie” Puchero (Immortals)
3. Raymond “Wiggily” Griffin (CLG)

With the disaster of a team and season that CLG has been, Wiggily may be their only bright spot. His impressive 86.8% kill participation and 22% death share (the best and second-best marks among junglers, respectively) gives him the highest adjusted KP (“aKP”) in the position at 118.7%.

He’s also managed to get gold, CS, and experience advantages at the 15-minute mark, the only CLG member who hasn’t been a disaster in the early game. While many might say that’s because of him being one of the less-proactive junglers (his 24.7% jungle forward percent is below the average of 25.3%), it’s hard to be an aggressive jungler when you can’t rely on your laners.

4. Lucas “Santorin” Tao Kilmer Larsen (FlyQuest)
5. Joshua “Dardoch” Hartnett (TSM)
6. Can “Closer” Çelik (Golden Guardians)
7. William “Meteos” Hartman (100 Thieves)
8. Dennis “Svenskeren” Johnsen (Evil Geniuses)

Svenskeren‘s decline in the first half of the Spring Split is honestly shocking and just goes to show how much a jungler’s performance relies on his teammates. Despite being one of the most aggressive junglers (28.8% jungle forward percent) and getting gold leads at 15, he’s often behind in experience in the early game. This could be due to inefficient pathing, but in my opinion from watching his pathing there’s also an aspect of Sven spending a lot of time to bail his laners (mainly Jiizuke) out from bad situations.

9. Shern “Shernfire” Cherng Tai (Team Liquid)
10. Mads “Broxah” Brock-Pedersen (Team Liquid)

After two games, one in which Broxah looked really bad and one in which he looked better (not good, but better) it’s hard to say which version of Broxah TL will get going forward. On the one hand, I would expect that as he gets more time and experience with the team his stats will improve, but on the other hand his only good performance was against CLG and they are a dumpster fire. This weekend his two opponents will be some of the weaker junglers in Svenskeren and Grig, so that should give him a good opportunity to get his feet underneath him.

11. Jonathan “Grig” Armao (Dignitas)