LOL flyfishing? I haven't heard that before. I wish I knew more about flyfishing now.
It appears we are seeing different things (which is cool), but I'm going to try and explain what I see in these players mechanics anyways, because, well, I enjoy talking about mechanics and it doesn't get brought up much here.
IMO, Nassib and Hass' throwing motion aren't that similar. Nassib, like Luck, is more an over-the-top passer. His arm placement in his throw, if you imagine the face of a clock, is more at the 12 o'clock hand whereas Hass is more a side arm-type thrower, with his arm placement at the 10. Another big difference between Hass and Nassib is their follow-through, and this is where Luck and Nassib, again, compare. Nassib has a front-heavy follow through (just heard that term today. It fits.). When both he and Luck throw, they are standing tall almost leaning forward at their release point, and have a sometimes high, right leg kick follow through because of it. (Peyton Manning also this similar type of follow through). Hass, on he other hand, his follow through is more balanced, even leaning back at times at his release point, and hardly produces a leg kick.
The reason I compared Nassib to Wilson, is purely one aspect of their game which matches at times, and that's Wilson's occasional dip of the ball to around his waist in his windup throw (mostly in routes where he really needs to sling it). I don't remember which game, but there was a commentator who highlighted his throwing motion of a play and it shows it well. It is quick and compact throw, so it's nothing major, but there's added motion to it and it exposes the ball more to pass-rushers. Now, Wilson doesn't always do that. Mostly, his mechanics are
picture perfect, but it does come out at times (And in my experience is something common with QBs who have developed these habits through baseball, mostly pitching).
I know I probably sound like an ass trying to explain this, but I have spent a lot of time through football and baseball going over throwing mechanics in more detail than I even wanted at times (thanks coach
). Anyways, sorry for the long post, but I never really get the chance to share this and thought it'd be fun to explain how I see it. Cheers.