When Kenny Dillingham was introduced as Arizona State’s next head coach, he said he expects to have several staff moves made quickly.

Dillingham said Sunday he plans to keep Shaun Aguano on staff in some capacity, and multiple reports emerged on Monday that he’s bringing two coaches from Idaho State to Tempe. Sun Devil Source’s Chris Karpman reported that Idaho State head coach Charlie Ragle will join ASU as the special teams coordinator and tight ends coach.

Ragle won three state championships as head coach at Scottsdale Chaparral from 2009-11. He left Chaparral with a 63-7 record in five years at the helm of the program. He worked as the special teams coordinator and tight ends coach at Arizona from 2013-16, then spent two seasons in the same role at Cal.

Dillingham is also reportedly hiring Idaho State defensive ends coach Vince Amey, according to Karpman. Amey played for ASU in the 90s and coached at Arizona from 2012-15. While with the Wildcats, Amey filled several roles including assistant strength coach, defensive analyst, and defensive line coach.

According to Karpman, Amey will coach defensive lineman at ASU. Robert Rodriguez, who coached the position for ASU the last three seasons, said his goodbye to the program with a message on Twitter Monday. “Coach Dillingham has been 1st Class and we wish him the absolute best,” Rodriguez wrote.

It’s unclear what Aguano’s role will be under the new configuration. He coached running backs before being elevated to the interim head coaching role.

But if anything has been made crystal clear in the opening hours of the Dillingham tenure, it’s that local recruiting will be priority No. 1.

“We’re gonna be rooted in Arizona,” Dillingham said. “We’re gonna hire a staff that has roots here, that has connections. And how do you sign kids? How do you build a roster? Relationships. What does a relationship take? Time. Build genuine relationships. And you can’t just hop in and recruit a kid when he’s a junior. Are we going out to Pop Warner games? That’s the reality. Are we building relationships in the community? Are we hosting youth clinics? Everything.”