Clemson announced the hiring of a new offensive coordinator and co-defensive coordinators on Tuesday afternoon.

On the offensive side, the Tigers are promoting passing game coordinator Brandon Streeter to the full-time offensive coordinator role. He replaces Tony Elliott, who left last week to become the next head coach at Virginia.

Dabo Swinney told reporters on Tuesday that Streeter is “over-prepared” for this role.

Defensively, Clemson will move forward with co-defensive coordinators. Swinney has promoted defensive assistant Wesley Goodwin and special teams coordinator Mickey Conn to those roles. Goodwin and Conn will also coach linebackers and safeties, respectively.

Goodwin and Conn replace Brent Venables, who became the new head coach at Oklahoma earlier this month.

Clemson released salary figures for all three of its new coordinators, via The Athletic’s Grace Raynor:

This is the most turnover Clemson has had to endure in the last decade. Both Venables and Elliott had been with the Tigers throughout their run of six straight ACC Championships.

With that in mind, it makes sense for Clemson to look internally for replacements. So far, Swinney hasn’t lost any position coaches to Oklahoma or Virginia.

The Tigers will now turn their attention to the Early Signing Period, which begins on Wednesday.