I imagine he does. We missed at TE in the last class, picking up the grad transfer from UNC. Forristall is a Sr as well and Tennison at Jr., followed by Latu at Soph and a few redshirt freshmen. Ouzts looks to have the versatility to split and put his hand in the dirt in a traditional set.
I saw another video of him that was almost all blocking. A willing and devistating blocker for sure but more importantly was the way he fits the block and finishes every block.
In our first year of tackle football (7-8), and had a dad come up to me because his son wasn't on kick off, wasn't on kickoff return, and wasn't on starting defense. "Is my son just gonna be a practice dummy, because he has just been sitting there giving guys a look. I'm trying not to be one of those dad's." I said "well your son does not like contact, he does not like getting hit or tackling, and he sits there with his helmet off any chance he can get. I don't want him to get hurt." He's one of my bigger kids too, so I wish he would get in there, but you're always gonna have those few that just don't like it, and it's frustrating.
I have coached kids like that. We called them ERW's. They Eat pre-game meal, Ride to the game, and Watch the game from the sideline. They are the first ones you like to have get off the bus when you arrive. I had a nephew that played from 7th grade thru his junior year and he was one of these kids. 6'5" 300+ but he could care less about football. He finally quit right before his senior season. The other assistants constantly stayed on me about getting on to him and it made for some "cold" family gatherings. I finally told them that "football isn't for everyone!!!If it was so damn easy, then we would have to turn kids away! Leave the kid alone and leave me alone! Coach the ones you do have and don't worry about the ones you don't!"