I haven’t seen anything that concerns me, for two reasons:
It looks like a few of these position coaches are coming from OC/DC positions at their previous stops in lesser divisions. It’s not like we’re getting D3 QB coaches coming up to the same role here.
Healy’s philosophy and approach is very non-conventional, and I can imagine it being somewhat alien to a lot of coaches with more traditional backgrounds. Furthermore, it requires that every coach on the staff buy in 100%. I’d rather him bring in guys that he is familiar with, that are familiar with him, and that he knows will work within the program than guys with impressive resumes.