Since the F14 in its present form is the most wide open developmental class out there...and there is no F14 plans of contemporary designs available... at least modifying the plans of an F16 or F12 is somewhere to start... for those without any other option and a healthy dose of experimental spirit.
Two things come to mind when considering the option that make it more plausible...
The Viper F16 appears to be not too far from a compressed stationed (not a pure scale down)
F18...with a little tweaking, although the designer said that was not the case.
The "A" class is doing all kinds of radical experimentation, moving both rear and main beam locations, dagger board trunks, changing from straight boards to curved boards, even splitting the hulls wide open and changing the hull cross section...this on existing boats that were designed by seasoned professionals. With all the modification going on it appears that although number crunching is a necessary foundation. it no way is the end of the story.
Lets face it, the lion share of boat design is more about borrowing and applying a collection of proven attributes from proven designs...more so than starting from a completely blank piece of paper. More evolution than revolution.
Speaking about the hull here only not talking about the rig...not talking optimized....if there ever is such a thing...