Looks more like Wing Chun than JKD.
He is very fast and snappy, however he doesn't put his weight behind his strikes as others point out. HOWEVER, he is just demonstrating, and putting weight behind the hits would not be possible. Then again, there is no sign of body movement at all at the right times, which makes me think, here is yet another stupid Wing Chun idiot who mistakes speed for ability. Note I have nothing against Wing Chun but have seen too many people come out of it with a lot of snappy speed and no practical ability.
Furthermore there are bad habits in his style. His chin says "please hit me", for one thing.
You can get away with fighting like this in the real world if you are coming up against people who don't know what they are doing / do not expect it. But the bad habits shouldn't be instinctive. What if you are drunk, tired, dazed from a hit or wotnot then you want your reflexes and habits to be bulletproof.
Not training sparring is also stupid.
Most people's responses to slappy slap hits in the face like that are ducking back and kicking. OR any of many other things.
The thing with all martial arts is that you can pick the stupidest, most ineffective ridiculous technique, and if you master it for a looong time, you can make it work for you. That does not prove the technique is a good one in the first place (many think it does), because in the same amount of time the same person could have been a lot better using a different system. But you can make really stupid systems work. It just is not as efficient.
But when you get someone who has dedicated so much time to such a system, then they demonstrate under controlled situations that THEY control (not tournaments etc..) then you can suck in all kinds of kids into wasting their time as well.