That sounds great. Is that something I can find via the web.
Do you mean Veer Pass?
After trial and error, the Veer Pass protection that works best for me is basically a Half Slide. The good thing is that it's extremely versatile and can be recycled for drop back passing as well, though that's not a good fit in an option offense.
For veer pass, your C will block man on or backside A gap. BSG will block backside B gap. BST will block backside C gap. They should hinge.
To the play side, you'll man up. The PSG will lock on to any DT who's on him. If he's uncovered, he'll block play side A gap. The PST will block the next man out--almost always the DE.
You'll fake the Veer for 2 steps, then the QB will step behind the dive back and set up to throw. After the fake, the dive back will basically just fit off the G and block the gap where he's not, looking for the PSLB. The "pitch back" will come around and help the T with the DE, keeping his eyes open for a second player coming off the edge. With the backs, it's a PAP with a 7 man protection.
For routes, you can run all kinds of stuff off it. If you have 2 receivers play side there, I like the old Dump Pass with #1 on a streak and #2 on a 10 yard out--it's money.
Or you can run the Post/Wheel if you ever switch block the edge--that's been about 70% of Georgia Tech's passing attack and it can break big--their "post" is very shallow and looks more like a slant. The post wheel has potential to be a huge play.
If the S is just flying over play side, and they often do in youth ball, you can have your backside receiver on a drag, dig, or post--whatever suits your QB's arm, and call the play with a predetermined throw to that guy when you see the defense over-rotating.
Those things will help keep the secondary honest.
Add a naked bootleg off the Toss Sweep (have your TE come across on a drag while the SE runs a deep comeback or even a streak) and you've got all the passing you'd ever need.