LCS Spring Split 2020: Week 7 Player Power Ranking

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Mid Lane

1. Tristan “PowerOfEvil” Schrage (FlyQuest)
2. Nicolaj “Jensen” Jensen (Team Liquid)
3. Eugene “Pobelter” Park (CLG)
4. Henrik “Froggen” Hansen (Dignitas)
5. Yasin “Nisqy” Dinçer (Cloud9)

After a long reign being among the top three mids in the league, Nisqy had himself a pooper of a game against TSM. He went 2/4/5 on Zoe in that loss, but what’s even worse is that he only earned 9000 gold in that entire game, ahead of only three players in that game: Licorice (who got completely camped) and the two supports.

6. Daniele “Jiizuke” di Mauro (Evil Geniuses)

The Italian Stallion himself, Jiizuke has certainly been an exciting player to watch. His highs are massively high (10 solo kills, 492 DPM) but the lows are also quite low (17 unforced deaths and a below-average 66.7% DPM). Last weekend, we saw the high from Jiizuke as he went 3/0/8 on his signature Ekko mid against 100 Thieves and 5/1/6 on Taliyah against FlyQuest.

7. Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg (TSM)
8. Greyson “Goldenglue” Gilmer (Golden Guardians)

Let’s just take a moment to appreciate how the only NA mid laner coming into this season not only appears will last all the way to the end of the split, but has proven himself to be at least decent. Goldenglue has been, by no means, a great mid laner this year, but he has been aggressively not-terrible.

His 2.1 deaths and 1.49 adjusted KDA are both concerningly worse than average, but he also has one of the lowest death shares among mid laners. He rarely falls too far behind in lane and he does an at least respectable amount of damage, though below average (415.6 adjusted DPM vs the mid lane average of 463.3).

9. Jérémy “Eika” Valdenaire (Immortals)
10. Tommy “ry0ma” Le (100 Thieves)
11. Lee “Crown” Min-ho (CLG)