No, I mean after you try a start and it fails, pull the injectors and see it blows out enough fuel
that that could cause the hyd lock you feel you might have. Put a towell over the engine to capture the fuel that might blow out. It would take an ounce of liquid maybe to cause the hyd lock. Here we are thinking about an out of control fuel inj. system. You could pull the injectors re- connect the lines and put a container under each nozzle and measure the quanity while you crank the engine.. If 1 is totally different that the others then you may have something.
On a different tack, imagine a broken valve train part the did not open a valve. That however would be a 'spongy" stop and you could feel that difference.