Attended the Brantley HS.
Played college ball at Auburn until 1994.
Selected by the Phoenix Suns as 23rd overall pick in the 1994 NBA Draft
Played in Phoenix from 1994-95 to 1996-97.
Traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers in October 1997.
Traded to the Memphis Grizzlies in June 2002.
Traded to the Portland Trail Blazers in December 2003.
Traded to the Atlanta Hawks in February 2004.
Signed with the Miami Heat in August 2004. Waived in March.
Signed with the Denver Nuggets in March 2005.
Named head coach of Enterprise-Ozark Community College in July 2009. Fired in July 2010.
Won the World Junior Championship with the US Team in 1991.
Named to the All-SEC 1st Team in 1992.
Named to the All-SEC 2nd Team in 1993.
Named to the All-SEC 1st Team in 1994. Led the conference in scoring.
All-America Honorable Mention by the AP and NABC in 1994.
Finished his career at Auburn as the school's all-time leader in three-point shooting percentage, three-pointers made and three-pointers attempted.
Played the 1995 NBA Rookie All-Star Game.
Selected in the 1994-95 NBA All-Rookie 2nd team.
Led the NBA in three-pointers made and attempted in 1997-98.
Brother of former NBA player Chuck Person.