"In one-on-one drills, I had a catch lined up against (blue-chip teammate) Landon Collins, but he pushed me down; it would have been pass interference. I caught a pass on a deep post against (four-star LSU commit Dwayne Thomas), although he got me the next time."
Last year, Christy caught 20 passes for 300 yards and he expects to obliterate those numbers this fall.
"My goal is to catch 50 to 70 passes," he said. "We're going to have to open up the offense, because we don't have Effrem Reed any longer at running back.
"We have a lot of young talent at wide receiver, like ('14 prospect) Corey McBride. He ran a 4.3 today and finished fourth in the state in the 200 meters - with a 22.21."
"I keep in contact with Coach (Burton) Burns at Alabama," he said. "When I camped with Louisiana Tech, their coaches said I'd be a good fit for their offense."
Christy's teammate, DL Darrien Batiste, committed to the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns yesterday.
"I think that was a smart move on his part," said Christy. "He really likes it there. All he talks about is ULL."
Dutchtown, which enters the season ranked in the top five in Class 5A, tangles with Lutcher in week one. In that contest, Christy will undoubtedly see plenty of Lutcher CB Jordan Batiste, who is committed to Ole Miss.
"I beat him at the LSU camp," said Christy. "I can't wait for the season to start. It's football, football, football."