Aundray is a native of Montgomery, Alabama where he was a standout 2 sport All-State athlete for the G.W. Carver High Wolverines. Here he contributed to the school's back to back State Championships victories in Basketball, winning MVP, as well as being awarded winner of the Slam dunk contest his senior year.
Bruce was named All-Southeastern Conference in 1986 and 1987, All-America in 1987, and Citrus Bowl MVP in 1987. He first garnered national attention in a nationally televised game in 1987 against Georgia Tech by intercepting three passes and returning one for a touchdown; in additoin to three sacks, one causing a fumble for another touchdown, making 10 unassisted tackles.
Aundray was drafted with the first overall pick in the 1988 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons and enjoyed his most prominent role on the Falcons 1991 playoff team when he saw spot duty on offense as a tight end as well as defense. He signed with the Los Angeles Raiders as a free agent in 1992 and finished his career with that organization. Bruce played in 151 games over his 11-season career, posting 32 sacks and 4 interceptions.
Aundray has participated in numerous charitable organizations and fundraising events to support those less fortunate. The greatest of his efforts are aimed at youth education and life lessons. What is nearest and dearest to him the role of advocate for NFL players and their challenges after the final whistle.
He graduated from Auburn in 1988, earning a Bachelors Degree in Education/Sports Management.