League of Legends: 5 Best ADCs on Patch 10.7

League of Legends. Photo Courtesy of Riot Games.
League of Legends. Photo Courtesy of Riot Games. /

Here are the 5 best ADCs on Patch 10.7 for carrying games and climbing the League of Legends solo queue ranked ladder!

No role has declined more in terms of player base and game impact over recent seasons than AD Carry. However, if you find the right match-up or reach 3-4 items, you’re still a deadly champion in Season 10. Here are the 5 best ADCs on Patch 10.7:

5) Draven

51.38% Win Rate | 5.7% Pick Rate | 5.5% Ban Rate

League of Legends is slowly morphing into the League of Draven over recent patches as the Glorious Executioner continues to rise up the ADC tier list.

Usually you’d see a champion that can increase his gold income from kills and self-snowball as early as the laning phase permanently reside in the S tier of marksmen. However, the trade-off between a fed Draven and an under-leveled Draven is astronomical.

When playing everyone’s favorite narcissistic, bloodthirsty Noxian, the main skill to master is that of catching his Spinning Axes and utilizing Blood Rush resets to chase down enemy champions and grab all-important kills to make full use of League of Draven.

4) Yasuo

52.54% Win Rate | 2.1% Pick Rate | 39.2% Ban Rate

For those of you who are afraid of change and prefer to stick with the traditional ADC approach, skip ahead to the other marksmen.

For those of you who enjoy fun, wombo combos, and frustrating your opponents so much they leave the game, Yasuo is the pick for you!

If you’re facing a marksman in lane, trades are always in your favor thanks to Wind Wall blocking any incoming projectiles and auto-attacks. Pair up with an aggressive, knock-up support and you’re set up to shut down the enemy ADC over and over post-Level 6 with Last Breath.

Arcade Caitlyn, League of Legends.
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3) Caitlyn

50.57% Win Rate | 16.6% Pick Rate | 10.0% Ban Rate

For lane control, there’s no better option than Caitlyn. Her long-range Piltover Peacemaker and auto-attacks combined with the zoning of Yordle Snap Traps allow Caitlyn to poke out her lane opponents while safely farming up for items.

Players that are new to the role should try out Caitlyn first as her long auto attack range allows ADCs to correctly position themselves in a team fight without getting caught out. Her 90 Calibre Net is also a decent escape tool.

2) Vayne

51.57% Win Rate | 13.9% Pick Rate | 9.4% Ban Rate

You don’t pick Vayne for lane control. You don’t pick her for utility. You don’t even pick her for late game team fight damage. You pick Vayne for the 1v9.

It’s solo queue, who cares! Take Teleport and if your team isn’t capable of winning the game in a 5v5, head to a side lane and invite the enemy team to collapse on you before shutting them down with Final Hour and multiple Tumbles.

Tanks are meta at the moment, so Vayne’s max health true damage from Silver Bolts makes her one of the most valuable ADC picks on Patch 10.7.

1) Miss Fortune

51.81% Win Rate | 17.5% Pick Rate | 6.7% Ban Rate

Nobody expected Miss Fortune’s bot lane dominance to last this long in Season 10. Seven patches in and she still remains an S tier ADC offering excellent trading damage in lane with Double Up and an unmatched team fight ultimate of Bullet Time.

An odd, but useful tip: Don’t rank up E – Make It Rain until forced to. A 0.25 second 40% slow is not worth losing increased W attack speed or Q damage.

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Who do you think are the best ADCs on Patch 10.7? Which ADCs would you like to see buffed on Patch 10.8?