Jimbo Fisher’s new Texas A&M offensive staff is complete, and the program announced the hires Wednesday in a release.

Darrell Dickey will be the Aggies’ new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Tim Brewster, who followed Fisher from FSU, will coach the tight ends. Dameyune Craig, who played at Auburn and has coached in the SEC, will be in charge of the wide receivers. Former Tennessee RB Jay Graham will coach the running backs, and Jim Turner will be the Aggies lone offensive holdover from the previous staff and will coach the offensive line.

Dickey explained last month why he made the move from Memphis to Texas A&M.

“It was just a situation I felt like in this time of my career I needed to take it,” Dickey said Thursday morning in a telephone interview while on the road recruiting for Texas A&M. “It was the right time for me, and the right place for me, to move on.”

Overall, this is a very solid offensive staff and has a little bit of everything. Brewster and Craig are known for their recruiting prowess. The trio of Brewster, Craig and Graham followed Fisher to Texas A&M from FSU.

While Fisher’s offensive staff is set, the defensive staff hasn’t been announced yet. It was reported that the Aggies missed on LSU DC Dave Aranda.