DITR: WR Christian Doyle, Dr. King Charter School (New Orleans, LA)

Christian Doyle is an excellent wide receiver from Dr. King Charter School, New Orleans. He is 6’2″ and weighs 192 pounds. Doyle is a force on the field and a committed student, as seen by his strong academic record and 3.2 GPA. His impressive stats from the previous season, which included 1,156 receiving yards, 16 touchdowns, 59 tackles, 9 sacks, 10 forced fumbles, and 4 fumbles returned for touchdowns, demonstrate his versatility and ability to be a dominant player in a variety of positions.

Aside from the football field, Doyle has left his impact on the basketball floor, scoring an incredible 1,000 points during his time in high school. This accomplishment shows off his remarkable athleticism as well as his adaptability as a two-sport athlete. Coachability, determination, and a constant drive to winning are what distinguish Doyle on the football field. He displays the attitude of a true competitor, ready to go above and beyond and assume any responsibility required to ensure the success of his team. Those around him view him as a dependable leader who leads by example—not just words.

Beyond the thrill of competition, Christian Doyle’s love of football is deeply rooted in the brotherhood and unity the game promotes. Doyle is more than simply a player; he is an example of what perseverance, passion, and hard work can accomplish. As such, he serves as a role model for his teammates and an inspiration to all aspiring athletes.


How did you get started in football, and what inspired you to play the sport?

I started in football at 6 years old playing for Pontchartrain Park where I learned a lot and made me what I am today. Also, I accomplished two city championships with two coaches I still play for today which is my dad, Coach Ren and the best coach I know, Coach Wayne.

Can you share a memorable moment or game that stands out in your football career so far?

The most memorable moment in my football career is scoring the game winning touchdown to win 9&10 NORD City Championship and scoring the game winning touchdown to get my team in the playoffs.

What positions do you enjoy playing the most, and why?

I really don’t have one favorite position. I enjoy every position I played in my life. I just have fun and enjoy playing them.

How do you balance schoolwork and football during the season?

I balance schoolwork and football during the season by being committed to being a Student Athlete. School work comes first and you just got to have your mind on straight and know nothing can happen without your grades. Also, when you are good in the classroom that’s makes everything better on the field.

What aspects of your game do you feel you have improved upon the most since you started playing?

My route running and field knowledge.

What are your individual goals for the upcoming football season?

My individual goals for the season is to have 3+ ints, 5+ sacks, 50+ tackles, 1000 receiving yards, 5 + punch out fumbles and 10+ touchdowns.

Are there any professional football players you look up to, and if so, why? 

No professional player I look up to right now but I admit I’m a lifetime New York Jets fan.

How do you stay motivated during practices and training sessions, especially when facing tough drills or exercises?

I stay focus and motivate by reminding myself that this is the life I want, and nothing is easy you have to work hard. Also I like to lead my team so if I am not doing things right then the ones who look up to me won’t either. It is all about having good energy and being a good leader.

What advice would you give to other young players? 

Work for what you want on the field and stay in weight room. Listen to coaches, team captains and teachers. Be respectful to all. Keep your head up and most importantly keep grades at a B average freshmen to senior season.

Aside from football, what is an interesting fact about you? 

I like to make people laugh and I like to sleep.

Which college would you most like to play for? 

The colleges I most like to play for is Oklahoma Sooners, Florida State, LSU or Tulane.

What are your biggest strengths on the field? 

My biggest strength on the field is I can coach and play at the same time. Big target and I don’t drop the ball no matter how it’s thrown.

How has playing football impacted other areas of your life, such as academics and personal life?

Playing football impacted my life in a good. It is like therapy to me. I can always watch, study and teach it. It’s keep my life flowing.

How was the Gridiron Football Camp? And how was a camp highlight? 

The Girdiron Football Camp was good. I did things I didn’t do in a long time. It was a good experience.