5 Worst AD Carries in League of Legends Patch 11.1

The five worst AD carries in League of Legends patch 11.1 are here and ranked.
The five worst AD carries in League of Legends patch 11.1 are here and ranked. | Photo courtesy of Riot Games

The five worst AD carries in League of Legends Patch 11.1 are here after patch notes were published Jan. 5. AD carries are important to a team's overall damage output emphasizing just how crucial the role is to the team. Especially when considering if the bot lane stomps their opponents, the mid-game will be much easier to deal with.

Although, picking the wrong AD carry along with losing lane can have dire consequences.

Here are the five worst AD carries in League of Legends Patch 11.1.

5 Worst AD Carries in League of Legends Patch 11.1

5. Varus

Varus's immobility can be an issue for players who are new. He also has a long cooldowns early in the game and is skillshot reliant, making him difficult to play.

4. Yasuo

Yasuo's difficulty comes from him having no escape abilities. He also has a high skill cap and is very squishy during the early game. Falling behind on Yasuo will make the game difficult, especially without the right team composition.

3. Ezreal

Ezreal has low DPS output compared to his adversaries in the ADC category. Players also have to be careful of his E attack as it can make you less reliant on the importance positioning has on this champion's success.

2. Kalista

Kalista has low mobility and is squishy during most of the game. Most people decide not to play her because of the difficulty it takes to learn her for such a low output of damage.

1. Aphelios

Aphelios has a weak early laning phase and his cycles can be difficult to master. He is fun to play but has a high learning curve for most players. The champion that once was extremely overpowered has fallen down the list.