5 Worst Junglers in League of Legends Patch 10.19

5 Worst Junglers in League of Legends Patch 10.19
5 Worst Junglers in League of Legends Patch 10.19 / Image via Riot Games

League of Legends Patch 10.19's worst junglers are under powered and weak in the current meta. Let's take a look at which jungle picks you should avoid this patch so you can focus on some of the stronger picks in the current meta.

5 Worst Junglers in League of Legends Patch 10.19


While Twitch recently received a nice buff, his clear is weak in the jungle. He can struggle to take objectives and is overall a kill oriented jungler. Additionally, he takes too long to scale and doesn't make an early game impact.


Sylas is best known for his ability to steal ultimates from other players. In the jungle, he doesn't have a way to reliably steal ultimates, which decreases his gank potential. Sylas is best played in the mid or top lanes where he can alternate between the ultimate of his laner and any roams that he can pull off.


While Udyr can be a god at lower ranks, he struggles mightily when players know how to counter him. He can be kited easily by many champions and tanks can negate him with a Thornmail. Additionally, he provides little to no utility and doesn't do much in team fights.


Sett has been weak across all rolls for a few patches now. He simply has not been the same after nerfs to his W. Additionally, Sett was always stronger in lane where he could use his early game strength to his advantage as opposed to spending that time farming.


Shen is a dominant top pick at the moment, but his low clear speed and damage output make him a tough pick in the jungle. He struggles to solo objectives and has some weak ganking potential. Shen jungle can be a good late game pick, as he slots in as a very capable tank for team fights, but he definitely sacrifices some early game power to do so.