Anlauf initially decided to become a preferred walk-on wide receiver with the Michigan football team, but circumstances eventually allowed Anlauf, now preparing for the final game of his college football career, another foray into basketball.

Players wait to board the Ferris Wheel at the Buffalo Wild Wings Day For Kids outside the Citrus Bowl on Wednesday.

Players joined kids from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida outside the Citrus Bowl on Wednesday.

Gentry is one of the many Wolverines experimenting at different positions under Jim Harbaugh, and his 6-foot-6 frame makes him an appealing option at quarterback or tight end.

Junior quarterback Shane Morris speaks with reporters and eats a popsicle at the Buffalo Wild Wings Day For Kids outside the Citrus Bowl on Wednesday.

Despite all of the rumors about Morris transferring, he plans to return, compete for the starting job again in 2016 and graduate the following spring.

Interim defensive coordinator Greg Mattison speaks with members of the media after practice at West Orange High School on Tuesday.

When the Wolverines take the field against Florida in the Citrus Bowl on Friday, they will have their ever-present familiar face.

Brown led one of the nation’s top defenses in 2015.

Walker decommitted from Ohio State in early November.

Jourdan Lewis reaffirmed Tuesday his commitment to returning for his senior season at Michigan.

“Football’s not going to last forever,” Lewis said. “My education will, so I thought that’s the best move for me.”

De'Veon Smith surpassed 100 rushing yards in a game twice this season.

Editor’s Note: With the Michigan football team’s 2015 regular season in the books, the Daily looks back at the performance of each unit this year and looks ahead to the future in 2016. In this edition: running backs.

Amara Darboh led Michigan in receiving yards this season.

Three consistent pass-catching threats emerged by the end of the year.