Josh Chambers

  • Josh
  • Chambers

  • Director of Recruiting Operations
    Men's Basketball

Josh Chambers begins his second at Virginia Tech and his first as Director of Recruiting Operations men’s basketball program. He joined the program in the Summer of 2016 as the program’s graphic designer.

Chambers’ responsibilities have evolved since joining the staff, necessitating a new title to better reflect his duties. He works closely with the staff, planning and executing material for all aspects of the recruiting process. His responsibilities include creation of all recruiting content coming from within the program, facility redesign, managing the recruiting mailing lists, social media outreach, game uniform and practice gear designs, as well as assisting the team on the court during practice and games.

Prior to joining the Hokies, Chambers worked in Los Angeles as VP of Strategic Planning under Nike’s director of international basketball and hall of fame coach, George Raveling. Chambers worked directly with Coach Raveling on consulting projects involving Nike, USA basketball, the Los Angeles Clippers, the AAU, the Basketball Hall of Fame and a variety of high major NCAA basketball programs.

In 2015, Chambers started his own collegiate athletics recruiting company named Won’t Lose Designs. This company serviced over ten division one programs, including a variety of men’s and women’s amateur sports, as well as several NBA players.

Chambers attended Virginia Tech where he earned a degree in economics. He was a student manager in 2014. During his senior season, he innovated the ‘SwagTag’, a recruiting tool aimed to teach and benefit players, parents and coaches.

Chambers, a native of Lorton, Virginia, graduated from Virginia Tech in 2014 with a degree in economics. His brother, Brandon, is currently the video coordinator at the University of Nevada. In 2014, Chambers donated his athletic scholarship he received as a student manager, to the ALS association in honor of his late father, Col. Jay Chambers who passed from Lou Gehrig’s disease in 2010.