Gyeong-hwan "Marin" Jang dove directly into the deep end of Korean esports when he signed with SK Telecom T1 S in 2013. A top laner by trade, Marin’s confidence is unshakable -- and deservedly so, considering he won the 2015 World Championship with SKT. He has a reputation for disrupting enemy teams by any means necessary -- and from what we can see, he loves every second of it. If Marin gets his hands on Rumble or Fiora, keep an eye on your health bar. You might already be dead. That's what happens when a Worlds MVP shows up.
While most top laners are content living on an island, Marin is the opposite. “Push your lane against your opponent’s tower and force the jungler to help top lane,” Marin says. After all, the more pressure he is absorbing top, the more freedom his team has to control key objectives. The problem with this style of play it leaves Marin 1v2 against the enemy top laner and jungle. Oh wait, did we say that was a problem? 1v2 just means more champions for Marin to farm.