I will update this as more names come out.
Jim Chaney, Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks- Pat Narduzzi pulled off a coup by stealing the offensive mind behind the Arkansas Razorbacks. The 53-year old Missouri native was first an offensive coordinator at Purdue under Joe Tiller from 1997-2005. He and Tiller developed one of the first widely used spread offenses at a major college program. After a three years with the St. Luis Rams he became the offensive coordinator for the University of Tennessee. He was hired by Lane Kiffin but stayed on under Derek Dooley after Kiffin left for USC. There he helped Tyler Bray break school records. It was here that Chaney incorporated an offense that was more of a Pro Style, but also was very explosive. After four years at Tennessee, Chaney moved on to Arkansas where he was for the last two years. There it was believed that his style clashed with head coach Bret Bielema who wanted his offense more run heavy. Chaney wanted to blend a high powered passing attack with an excellent running game. Chaney is also an excellent recruiter, especially of quarterbacks.
Andre Powell, Running Backs/Special Teams- As of now, all we know is that he has been hired as the special teams coach, but he's also been a successful running back coach for many years, almost all of them in the ACC. He's coming from Maryland, but before that he did stints at Clemson, North Carolina, and Virginia so he's been in the ACC every year since 1997, except for last season with Maryland. As a running back coach he's coached CJ Spiller, Thomas Jones, and Tiki Barber, so that's pretty impressive. As a special teams coach he led Maryland to a No. 6 special teams ranking nationally this past year. He also recruited Maryland's top return man, as well as star cornerback, Will Likely, who came from recruiting hotbed Belle Glade, FL. To get Likely Powell had to beat out Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Miami, LSU, USC, and Oregon to name just a few. In the last nine years he has landed six 4-star recruits. Besides Likely, that also includes former Clemson star WR DeAndre Hopkins. As a player at Indiana he was the fullback for legendary running back Anthony Thompson. He's 48-years old.
John Peterson, Offensive Line- Came from Akron where he was the offensive line coach and assistant head coach under Terry Bowden. Petersen is in his mid-40s and graduated from Ohio State. It's there where he was the tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator for Jim Tressel from 2004-2011. That, plus the fact that he's an Ohio native should help the Panthers land some quality Ohio kids from time to time. Prior to his one season at Akron, Peterson spent two years coaching the offensive line at UAB.
Kevin Sherman, Wide Receivers- The 46-year old Virginia native comes from Purdue where he coached the last two years. Prior to that, he was at Virginia Tech for seven years. The combination of experience and Virginia recruiting ties appears to make it a good fit.
Tim Salem, Tight Ends- Another longtime veteran, the Minnesota native is most known for being the quarterbacks coach at Ohio State under John Cooper, as well as the offensive coordinator at Central Florida. Most recently he spent two years at Illinois where he coached the running backs and special teams. While he's coached quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers in his career, he's also coached tight ends during his last three years at Central Florida. He's not known as being a productive recruiter, but when somebody with this pedigree is your tight end coach, then you have a really good staff.
Josh Conklin, Defensive Coordinator, Safeties- The 35-year old Wyoming native is considered one of the best young minds in college football. He actually sought Narduzzi out when he became the defensive coordinator at Florida International because he wanted to emulate Narduzzi's style. Now he has the chance to learn from the master. Last season at Florida International he led the Golden Panthers to a No. 35 total defense ranking after being No. 94 the previous year. His aggressive style also helped FIU to be No. 4 in the country in takeaways. Many big time programs wanted him this year but when you have one of, if not the best, defensive mind in college football as the head coach, the top guys want to learn from him. A big time coup for Pitt.
Tom Sims, Defensive Line- The former Panthers defensive tackle returns home after spending the last four years at Youngstown State as the defensive line coach as well as the assistant head coach. before that he coached at Kansas, Illinois, and Minnesota. He's very gregarious and charismatic, which should help him on the recruiting trail. He also played seven years in the NFL, which also helps.
Rob Harley, Linebackers- The former Ohio State safety has only been a major college assistant for one year, and that was this past season at Florida International. Prior to that he was a graduate assistant for two years under Mark Dantonio at Michigan State. He's pretty young, around 32 or so, but like Conklin he's already considered one of the better young assistants in the country. Also, like Conklin, you'd expect that he picked up some south Florida recruiting connections in his short stay.
Renaldo Hill, Cornerbacks- The 36-year old Detroit native played cornerback at Michigan State before Narduzzi was there, but after being taken in the 7th round of the NFL draft he played 10 years in the league, and started most of the games he played (114 of 141). He has only been a coach for two years, both at Wyoming, but his youth, Michigan connections, and vast pro experience makes him an ideal choice.