ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - The Denver Broncos have wrapped up their draft with the selection of Oklahoma outside linebacker Corey Nelson in the seventh round.
Nelson missed the last half of his senior season with a torn chest muscle.
The Broncos also picked up LSU inside linebacker Lamin Barrow in the fifth round and Boise State center Matt Paradis in the sixth round Saturday.
They traded out of the fourth round in a deal with Chicago.
Overall, the Broncos made six selections in the three-day NFL draft. Their top three picks were all Big Ten players: Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby, Indiana wide receiver Cody Latimer and Michigan right tackle Michael Schofield.
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