KiLLa and Attach explain why JKap is still underrated in Call of Duty
Call of Duty players Adam ‘KiLLa’ Sloss and Dillon ‘Attach’ Price have explained why Jordan ‘JKap’ Kaplan is still one of the most underrated players in the professional scene.
JKap is one of the most recognizable names in Call of Duty esports, competing since 2010 across a number of historic organizations such as OpTic Gaming, Team Envy and FaZe Clan.
Now part of Evil Geniuses following a bitter row with former teammate James ‘Clayster’ Eubanks at eUnited, many may feel that the AR best years are behind him, however KiLLa alongside current teammates Attach and John ‘Xotic’ Bruno, disagree with the assessment.
Killa, Attach and Xotic explain why JKap is underrated
Coming off the back an great week in the CWL Pro League for Evil Geniuses, which saw them win all three matches they took part in, Splyce’s Danny ‘Loony’ Loza commented on how “ impressive EG had been.
In response, Attach quickly praised teammate JKap, claiming that the American had “taught [him] how to play CoD again,” following Evil Geniuses’ torrid start to the Pro League which saw them rooted to the bottom of Division A.
Killa quickly chimed in to agree with Attach on the quality of Kaplan, writing: “So underrated and always got thrown under the bus,” referencing teams like eUnited who moved JKap out of their squads.
so underrated and always got thrown under the bus
— Adam "KiLLa" Sloss (@KiLLa_Sloss) May 16, 2019
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Xotic was also happy to praise his new teammate, posting on /r/CoDCompetitive to share what a great teacher and teammate JKap is.
Teamed with JKap for a month, and he is hands down a top two teammate,” wrote Xotic. “Fool has made me way better.”
Xotic concluded: “He knows how to play the game. When you do something wrong he brings it up constantly until you fix it. [Greatest of all time] teammate.”
With both Attach and Xotic praising JKap, it’s no surprise that Evil Geniuses’ Pro League turnaround matches up with his transfer to the organization.
JKap’s experienced is almost unparalleled in competitive Call of Duty, and can call himself one of the handful of men who have lifted the Call of Duty World Championship – although he revealed he has one major regret about that incredible victory.
Whether he can lead this Evil Geniuses lineup to similar glory remains to be seen, but there’s no doubt that his peers at the org are big fans of him.