The jungle role has been consistently changed and tweaked, making being a jungler over the years one of the more stressful jobs in League of Legends. One of the ways to make that job easier is to play the right champions, and avoid the wrong ones. As of Patch 10.1, here are five of the worst junglers in League of Legends.
5 Worst Junglers in League of Legends Patch 10.1
Sylas is still recovering from his recent rework, and will most likely no longer be a viable jungler afterwards. His run in the jungle was shorter than expected. Hopefully, we were able to make use of all of the great highlights while it lasted.
Sejuani is one of the tank junglers that was affected by the tank update many years ago. She still has the tools to make her a great jungler, but her numbers are awful. She is just either too strong, or weak at any given moment. Right now, she's just too weak.
The Eternal Hunters had a resurgence in popularity last year, but since then they have again fallen by the wayside. They're still very much playable and even strong in the correct team comps, but their win rate is especially lacking and most of the stronger jungle picks counter them.
Nidalee was once a pick or ban champion in pro play. Since then, she has been nerfed considerably. In high elo play, she is actually very strong and picked quite often. However to the general player base, she is fairly useless.
Qiyana is actually very strong in the jungle role, if you're good at her. However, most of the people attempting to play her are not. Again, this is another one of those champion picks that are good at higher elos, but not for a majority of the player base. If your name isn't Tian, Jankos, or Broxah, just don't.