LCS 2021: Ranking Every Single Starting ADC in the LCS

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3. Quin “Raes” Korebrits (Immortals)

One of the few “import” ADCs entering 2021, Raes made a name for himself in the now-defunct OPL on Legacy Esports. After an impressive showing at Worlds 2020 and the dissolution of the Oceanic pro scene, Immortals made the shrewd decision to acquire the young, strong AD Carry for 2021.

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While he is going to have to test his mettle against stiffer competition in the LCS this year, there’s plenty of evidence to suggest that he is up to the task. His 454 gold per minute is tied for the highest of all the LCS starters, and it comes largely off the back of his laning. With a 361.2 MAGXD @ 15, Raes is rated as the third-best laning AD Carry heading into this LCS season.

In addition, Raes is the most effective ADC when it comes to damage output, given his champion pool. HIs 41.6 estimated damage differential tops all other top-tier AD Carries.

Finally, Raes is also ranked top-three among ADCs for adjusted KDA at 5.31. This largely is due to his second-best, 4.4 kills per game and 6 solo kills in 21 games, easily the most for any ADC that fans will see in the LCS this year.