Chuck Cantor is in his third year as the director for player personnel for Virginia Tech football program, as he oversees all aspects of the football recruiting process – from official and unofficial visits to academic eligibility of prospects to social media and camps.
Cantor came to Virginia Tech following a year at Temple University as the coordinator of external operations/on-campus recruiting coordinator.
Cantor worked at LIU-C.W. Post as the receivers coach in 2013, and prior to that, he worked as an offensive graduate assistant at Middle Tennessee State in 2012. From 2008-11, he worked at Georgia with head coach Mark Richt as an assistant athletic recruiting coordinator, where he was an integral part of the recruiting efforts that landed Georgia’s "Dream Team" recruiting class of 2011 considered by many to be the top recruiting class in the country.
In 2007, Cantor served as a recruiting assistant at Rutgers under then-head coach Greg Schiano for a year. Prior to that, he worked at his alma mater – Florida State – as a graduate assistant. Cantor, a native of New Hyde Park, N.Y., graduated from Florida State in 2006 with a degree in social science education and sport management and earned his master’s from Florida State in 2011 (sport management).