The University of Wisconsin had a very successful 2011 season, culminating in a last-second, heartbreaking loss to the University of Oregon in the Rose Bowl. The Badgers had quite a few good prospects on their roster last year, both at the skill positions and on the offensive line. These talented players were on display for their Pro Day and all 32 NFL teams were represented at the event.
Quarterback Russell Wilson performed excellent in his drills, improving his stock significantly from his Combine and Senior performances. He'll likely be a mid-round pick because of his size, but he could become a sleeper pick and eventual NFL starter. But, the Bengals aren't in the market for a quarterback this year so they likely weren't too enamored with Wilson's great workout. It's likely that two other Wisconsin products were under the watchful eyes of the Bengals' staff.
All three were major contributors to the Badgers' high-flying offense with Zeitler and Konz blocking for both Russell Wilson's great year, as well as the one put up by running back Montee Ball. Toon was a benefactor to Zeitler's, Konz's and Wilson's play, as he put up 64 catches for 926 yards and ten touchdowns on the year. Both would likely be early contributors to the Bengals offense and are very realistic draft prospects for the team.