Yes it often does, though it also may have small, greatly reduced and/or widely spaced teeth (so the name smooth agave is not accurate for many members of the species, and not one that I would use). The reason I would exclude that species is the plant does not have the characteristic urn shape with arching, recurved, guttered leaves (a sculptural form)
and it's growing a stem, which that agave does not (at least not as a distinct entity, until late in old age). I would also expect it to have more leaves at its current size. The rosette should be denser. Mainly it just doesn't look right to me for that species. I suppose all sorts of variation are possible in cultivation, but it's not ringing the right bells to me.