Declan Bonner's first game in charge in the Ulster Championship will be a home game in MacCumhaill Park against Cavan.
Donegal were once again drawn in the preliminary round but will be happy to have got a home game.
If they can get over Cavan, then they will face Derry (away) in the quarter-final.
And should they win in Celtic Park, they would meet either Down or Antrim in the Ulster semi-final, a draw which should please the new manager.
Tyrone will face Monaghan and Fermanagh against Armagh are the other quarter finals, with the winners of those games facing each other in the semi-final.
Donegal v Cavan
Derry v Donegal/Cavan
Down v Antrim
Fermanagh v Armagh
Tyrone v Monaghan
Donegal/Cavan/Derry v Down/Antrim
Fermanagh/Armagh v Tyrone/Monaghan