Tony Dews will likely be added to the UA staff as a wide receivers coach, which is something he has experience of under Rodriguez.
One of Dews' most successful seasons was in 2010 at Michigan, as his 2010 receiving corps helped the Wolverines lead the Big Ten and rank eighth nationally in total offense with an average of 488.69 yards per game. Michigan's pass offense also ranked second in the Big Ten, averaging 250.15 yards through the air.
It would not be a surprise to see Dews help out in other areas as well, as in 2006 he was the associate special teams coordinator and linebackers coach at UNLV. Dews was also the tight ends coach at Central Michigan from 2004-05 and served as the Chippewas' special teams coordinator his final year.
Although Dews is a native of Pennsylvania, there is a chance that he will help with recruiting the west, especially considering his connection from his time at UNLV.
In terms of whether or not this move was expected, Dews' name was one of the first to pop up when Rodriguez was announced as the head coach of Arizona.