As a result of Hecarim's K/D/A and utility, he has a fairly average overall win rate. He does best in the early game, with a winrate of 51.5% in that phase. Unfortunately, he does worst in the late game, where Hecarim's win rate is 48%., The difference between his best and worst game phases is about 3.5%. This large difference shows us that his power spikes and fades in different parts of the round. Prepare accordingly.
In the current meta, Hecarim is very popular. He has been played in 5.1% of recently ranked matches. Some players see him as a threat. He has been banned in about 5.6% of League games.
You will find him typically used in the jungle position. The top win rate position for Hecarim is jungle (49,1%). Currently, Hecarim's meta game is focused on dealing damage. Specifically, his gameplay should mainly be centered around physical damage. Furthermore, he is a pretty good tank champ. Supporting others and crowd control are the least significant part of Hecarim’s playstyle.
You should expect to have to to spend a decent amount of time practicing and learning to get good at playing Hecarim. Most League of Legends players believe he is an average difficulty champion to master. Hecarim primarily does physical damage (81% of his total damage). He doesn't deal much of other damage types and should not be considered a hybrid damage dealer..
Hecarim deals a decent amount of damage during a normal game (17.685 damage). You may want to focus on developing him as a powerful champ to crush your enemies.
If you are looking for a dominating damage dealer, then you should definitely consider this champ. He has one of the absolute best kill counts in the game among all champions. Additionally, he has a relatively high average champion death rate (6.1 deaths). Furthermore, Hecarim's KDA is usually high with an average KDA ratio of 2.5 as well as 8.1 assists per game.