Team Envy’s Jaccob “yay” Whiteaker recently named his top Jett players in North America. These stars are arguably the biggest names in the Valorant Champions Tour.

These four players were shared by yay in an exclusive interview with ONE Esports during the VCT NA Stage 3 Challengers Playoffs, ranked in no particular order.

Team Envy yay’s top Jett players in North America

Sentinels TenZ

TenZ, Sentinels, VCT Stage 2 Masters
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The first player yay listed was Sentinels’ Tyson “TenZ” Ngo, who is widely regarded as the best player in professional Valorant today.

Since joining Sentinels for the VCT NA Stage 1 Masters, TenZ has dominated the pro scene as a top duelist. On Jett, TenZ has an average ACS (ability combat score) of 254.3 and a 19/15/4.4 KDA in the VCT NA Stage 3 competitions.

Team Envy yay

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Yay believes he himself is one of the best Jett players in the North American region as well.

Even during his time with Andbox, he has put up stellar numbers during the VCT NA Stage 3 competitions with an average ACS of 305.3 and a 22.5/14.5/3 KDA.

TSM Wardell and FaZe babybay

Wardell, Babybay, TSM, FaZe Clan, Valorant
Credit: TSM and FaZe Clan

As for the final two on his Jett tier list, yay named both TSM’s Matthew “Wardell” Yu and FaZe Clan’s Andrej “babybay” Francisty as players he wanted audiences to take note of.

“I’m split between babybay and Wardell, because I think Wardell plays Jett on the Operator really, really well. I also think babybay is really crazy as a Jett player — he just sends it,” yay explained.

Wardell played a pivotal role in TSM’s resurgence in the North American Valorant scene, and helped the team qualify for the VCT NA Stage 3 Challengers Playoffs. He had an impressive 254.7 ACS and a 19/12.4/2.6 KDA.

Babybay’s unique smeaging playstyle, on the other hand, has grown in popularity since the start of the VCT. For Stage 3 in particular, he has an average ACS of 252.2 and a 17.4/14.7/4.4 KDA.

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