League of Legends: 5 Best Junglers on Patch 10.7

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

After a difficult start to the season, the jungle role has finally recovered after some camp experience adjustments and can now continue to dictate the early game through ganks and vision. Here are the 5 best junglers on Patch 10.7:

5) Ekko

50.62% Win Rate | 11.3% Pick Rate | 24.2% Ban Rate

Technically, Ekko has the strongest ganks in League of Legends with a 2.25-second stun capable of freezing several enemies if placed correctly.

Unfortunately, he isn’t automatically placed into the S tier of junglers due to Parallel Convergence being an unreliable crowd control ability when compared to the likes of Gragas’ Explosive Cask or Sejuani’s Glacial Prison.

Ekko can wreak havoc on the enemy team if drafted in the right setting. Provided there are other forms of engage on his team and he’s the only Assassin, Phase Diving onto the enemy backline and Chronobreaking back after bursting down a squishy carry is the perfect way to win a team fight.

4) Master Yi

50.90% Win Rate | 6.3% Pick Rate | 19.7% Ban Rate

Master Yi will always be an overpowered champion in solo queue due to the lack of coordination from teams in ranked and their inability to hard-CC the Wuju Bladesman before he cuts down the entire team with fast autos and Alpha Strike.

There’s only one tip required for Yi players: Track key enemy cooldowns and use Alpha Strike to dodge crowd control in fights. If you can master this, you’re unstoppable.

3) Zac

50.85% Win Rate | 9.8% Pick Rate | 22.6% Ban Rate

Despite recent Cinderhulk buffs improving the diversity of the jungle champion pool, Zac is the only tank in the 5 best junglers on Patch 10.7. This is mainly due to solo queue players preferring damage-oriented champions over utility and defensive stats.

Until Level 5, Zac is extremely vulnerable in his own jungle, so ward up and play defensively until this point. After Level 5, you have enough levels in Elastic Slingshot to pull off ganks and escalate your team’s lead.

Zac is almost always the primary engage tool in team fights, so clear out vision and find a blind spot to jump in from. If your team are in position and you can land on top of the enemy backline, go ahead. Try to place yourself behind the carries before casting Let’s Bounce! to throw squishies into the clutches of your teammates.

Blood Moon Elise. League of Legends.

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2) Elise

51.24% Win Rate | 10.5% Pick Rate | 21.5% Ban Rate

While Elise has high base damage numbers in her kit, she will always be the number one solo queue jungler. This is because the Spider Queen’s abilities allow her to duel with the enemy jungler, set up for ganks with Cocoon, and easily pull off tower dives thanks to Rappel.

Ideally, once you have purchased Runic Echoes, Sorcerer’s Shoes, and Oblivion Orb you’ll be in full control of the game, as this is the strongest Elise will get relative to other champions. In other words, make plays early!

1) Wukong

52.69% Win Rate | 4.9% Pick Rate | 46.9% Ban Rate

The Wukong rework was a success! The Monkey King is an S tier champion in three roles right now and desperately needs nerfs. Take advantage while he’s still OP!

Next: 5 Best ADCs on Patch 10.7

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

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