By that logic, the best aimer would be the best players, which isn't true. Apex has very good, snappy aim, but G2 had really bad team play so he played pretty poorly. Shroud had some of the best aim in the game, but was never really good. Also what are you constituting as "aim" is it pure 1 to 1 aiming or do you count pre-aim and crosshair placement? Because you can have the best aim in the world, but you will always lose to a player in a better position than you or better pre-aim.