Did Bengals wait too long for center?

Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker

Entering the weekend, the Cincinnati Bengals desperately needed help at center. They waited until the fourth round to get it in Arkansas' Jonathan Luigs.

Luigs will compete for the starting job in Cincinnati left vacant by former center Eric Ghiaciuc. If he gets the job, Luigs would face stud defensive tackles in the AFC North such as Haloti Ngata, Casey Hampton and Shaun Rogers.

Is Luigs ready?

In other AFC North draft notes, the Baltimore Ravens traded their fourth-round pick (No. 123 overall) to the New England Patriots. Does anyone else find it strange Baltimore has yet to select a wide receiver?