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Broncos to pick fifth in 2018 NFL Draft

DENVER —The Denver Broncos officially own the fifth-overall pick in the upcoming 2018 NFL Draft.

The pick is the Broncos' highest since they held the second-overall selection in 2011. With that year's No. 2 pick, the Broncos selected three-time First-Team All-Pro Von Miller.

Ezekiel Elliott (2016), Brandon Scherff (2015), Khalil Mack (2014), Patrick Peterson (2011) and Eric Berry (2010) are just a few players in recent history who were selected with the No. 5 pick.

Those five players have a combined 18 Pro Bowl appearances and nine First-Team All-Pro selections between them.

In President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway's current tenure (2011-present) with the Broncos, the team has taken the following players in the first round:* *Von Miller (No. 2 overall), Sylvester Williams (No. 28), Bradley Roby (No. 31), Shane Ray (No. 23), Paxton Lynch (No. 26) and Garett Bolles (No. 20).

A complete list of the top 20 picks can be found below:

1. Cleveland

2. New York Giants

3. Indianapolis

4. Cleveland (via Houston)

5. Denver

6. New York Jets

7. Tampa Bay

8. Chicago

9. San Francisco*

10. Oakland*

11. Miami

12. Cincinnati

13. Washington

14. Green Bay

15. Arizona

16. Baltimore

17. LA Chargers

18. Seattle

19. Dallas

20. Detroit

*The 49ers and Raiders finished with the same record and strength-of-schedule rating. A coin flip will likely be used to determine which team picks ninth.

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