League of Legends Patch 10.21 doesn't appear to affect the mid lane very much. Corki is the lane mid laner that received any stat changes as Riot Games is looking to keep Season 10 rolling into its final leg of the ranked season as smoothly as possible without adding any wild changes. The season ends Nov. 10, so with less than a month to go for ranked play, it's no surprise Patch 10.21 is quite tame. A patch is still a patch so let's check out the highest performing mid laners for Patch 10.21.
5 Best Mid Laners in League of Legends Patch 10.21
Vladimir continues to shine in the mid lane with strong scaling and his ability to constantly heal back any damage his opponents manage to land on him. This allows him to hold constant lane pressure and prevent any roaming giving his team better priority on objectives.
Yasuo continues to rank among the highest mid laners and Patch 10.21 is no different. With his high mobility and Windwall (W), trapping Yasuo is extremely difficult and allows him to dive turrets for early kills to dominate his opponents.
Kassadin's slow early play lands him at number three in the mid lane, but don't let a slow early game get the best of you. Once Kassadin hits his level six power spike, he may just run you down before you realize what's happening.
Released just over two months ago, Yone remains a deadly force in the mid lane. If he's not banned, you can surely expect to see him. Yone's ability to output huge amounts of damage paired with a fairly tanky build makes him a threat in every fight, especially when you factor in his Soul Unbound (E) that allows him to escape from any fight.
SImilar to Yone, Zed holds a high pick rate and a high ban rate. Patch 10.21 has given Zed a boost in his win rate making him the top choice for the mid lane. His kit already makes him difficult to gank, but a nerf to Nimbus Cloak has made it even more difficult.