The 072 profile is excellent! I have used it, made a recipe almost exactly like yours OP. Same gravity, but with some extra hopping of saaz and willamette.
The resulting flavor was ever-so-slightly phenolic, giving it a perfumey, flowery impression. I used a relatively low ferment temp (67). I think you may be able to get a whole different set of flavor and intensity by letting it go warmer, but I haven't tried.
It tastes "clean", but still gives a fine delicate yeast flavor that is delicious. I'm already planning other things to do with it now that I have it slanted to use year-round
And to the OP question: it does not fit the BJCP for a style, but who cares. Make up your own cool name for it! Those beers are the most fun.