Some champions in League of Legends are just flat-out stronger than others. \n \nFor the marksmen and markswomen of League, or the ADCs, there are several types of champions to play. There are attack-speed-focused hyper carries like Jinx and Tristana, and then there are the face-melting high early damage carries like Draven and Jhin. Fortunately, the current ADC meta allows players to choose whichever one suits their tastes because they’re all mostly viable right now. \n \nThis list of top-tier champions can be affected depending on a number of things. Sometimes the meta shifts for no apparent reason other than players’ tastes, but usually there’s some kind of balance change behind it. It can be difficult to keep up on the flavor-of-the-month champs, so let us do that for you. \nCaitlyn \nPros \n \n \tOne of the highest ADC ranges in the game \n \tCrowd control \n \tDash which goes over walls \n \nCons \n \n \tItem dependant \n \tGets outscalled by other meta ADCs \n \nCaitlyn’s enormous range and headshots with a guaranteed critical strike always keep her in the meta as one of the best ADCs. It’s easy to last-hit minions with Cait while constantly poking enemies from a range that they can’t respond to. Her traps even provide zoning potential. She also makes positioning in teamfights simple since hitting enemies from the backline isn’t a problem. And in case one of them tries to escape, Ace in the Hole will get them. Caitlyn is simply one of the safest bot lane picks because she’s easy to play and rewarding. \nSenna \nPros \n \n \tInfinite scaling \n \tStrong utility \n \tGlobal ultimate \n \nCons \n \n \tNo dash \n \tSlow wave-clear \n \nSenna is the only support\/ADC in the game who can easily play both roles. While she was initially designed to be a support, she quickly became a staple pick for ADCs. Her infinite scaling, which grants her free AD, crit, and lifesteal, is too good to pass up. She may have some flaws, like the slow wave clear, which makes her inferior to most ADCs who can clear waves fast, but her kit and overall utility compensate for that. \nJhin \nPros \n \n \tHuge crits \n \tStrong kit \n \tFun to play \n \nCons \n \n \tImmobile \n \tWeak against tanks \n \nTwitch \nPros \n \n \tStrong AoE damage \n \tInvisibility \n \tAttack speed steroid built into his kit \n \nCons \n \n \tNo dash \n \tNo pressure outside of ultimate \n \nAshe \nPros \n \n \tGlobal ultimate \n \tEasy to play \n \tAoE CC \n \nCons \n \n \tNo dash \n \nAshe has risen from the ashes and has returned to the meta after a long absence. Her simple kit combined with the latest reworked item, Death’s Dance, makes her a good pick into most meta bottom lane compositions. \n \nShe can withstand Syndra and Aphelios with ease and that makes her a great pick in today’s bot meta that’s infested with these two champions.