Q: I've always wondered this about you. What's your offseason like? How much of it is volleyball-related?. Watson: It's not always the same. I'll give you the most extreme, because I haven't done this as much in recent years, but there were some years where we got done with volleyball, and a week or two later I was having a few kids come in once a week at 6 o'clock in the morning, but they wanted to come in, they pushed me about it, but I haven't been doing that much lately. Last year, my own personal offseason, I was coaching my daughter's seventh grade club team out of Petoskey, so I didn't have any impact on the older kids, but this year it really started probably in June. We had some kids over who did some workouts in my garage and outside because we couldn't get in the gyms, we couldn't be indoors and all of that. It kind of varies. Personally, I mean I'm always thinking about what the team's going to look like and I what I'd like to do. I'd like to do more. I'm a committed person so I'd like to have my offseason be more involved, but it's kind of hard with a small team at a small school where kids are split in totally different directions to get them to commit more to my sport.