Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
This is the final installment of a three-day series examining drafts for each AFC North team over the past three years. Grades are based on performance, where players were picked (too high, too low) and whether they remain with their original team.
Here is a look at the Bengals' 2007 draft:
Analysis: The Bengals did a decent job of patching up their secondary in this draft by getting a solid starting cornerback in Leon Hall, and two potential starters in safeties Chinedum Ndukwe and Marvin White. Ndukwe was an absolute steal as a seventh-round pick and one of the final selections in the entire draft. Second-round pick Kenny Irons has potential at running back but needs to get healthy. It is unknown if that will happen this season.
Next we look at the Cleveland Browns.