We are getting a new HS Coach. Looks like a long term thing. I am one of the more senior members of the Youth football Coaching/Board. The new coach looks to be bringing in the Veer (splitback). In the past we have predominantly ran an I, with occasional Pro and power variants. So in an effort to work in the Veer and expose the youth to it I have been studying online about the Veer and its concepts. One thing that I am seemingly missing is what is the difference between the Inside and Outside Veer. Is it the hole the FB hits? 2 Hole ("Guards inside Leg") as opposed to the 4 Hole ("Guards Outside Leg"). From the 2 Hole "veering" Inside? (almost towards the Backside Inside backer) From the 4 hole "veering" outside? (Aiming between the playside Inside and outside backer) I understand (or think I do) that the "type of Veer" is only referring to what the FB does, with the QB and TB/WB/Pitchman Always running outside the Tackles/Ends down the "Chute".(unless you run something more advanced like Midline etc etc).