​Last week, ​Riot Games revealed the All-Pro team of the EU LCS Spring Split. Today, it announced the top three rookies of the split. There were twelve rookies in the LCS this year with ​seven making it to the playoffs

Team Vitality's Daniele "Jiizuke" di Mauro was chosen as the top rookie of the league, followed by H2K's Patrik "Sheriff" Jírů and ROCCAT's Tore "Norskeren" Hoel Eilertsen.

​​Jiizuke's achievement must come as a great relief to his coach Jakob "YamatoCannon" Mebdi, ​who had promised to change his name to PotatoCannon if one of his rookies did not get Rookie of the Split.

Jiizuke performed marvelously this split as Team Vitality's mid-laner. His Ryze was a force to be reckoned with as he melted his opponents health.

Jiizuke will have to test his skills against the impressive titans of the season, Fnatic, this weekend.

Sheriff and Norskeren also performed exceptionally well on their teams this split, as evidenced by helping their teams make it to the post-season. Professionals in the league had better keep their eye on these rookies, for experience is only going to make them better.

Photos courtesy of Riot Games