The Badgers' pro day has ended and results are coming in. All 32 teams were on hand as Wisconsin claims as many as four top-100 prospects. I’m told the vast majority of the crowd today -- estimated to be 65 NFL scouts, coaches and general managers -- was primarily on hand to watch the Badgers' two star linebackers T.J. Wattand Vincent Biegel. Once the pair of linebackers finished their workouts, the crowd thinned considerably. Both players had dinner with Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert and head coach Mike Tomlin last night and were put through linebacker drills today by Joey Porter, the team's linebacker coach. New York Jets linebacker coach Kevin Greene, who ran part of the Youngstown State workout yesterday, also directed the two linebackers for a portion of the drills. Both Watt and Beigel looked terrific in drills. I’m told each displayed a smooth, fluid backpedal and easy hip turn and looked natural moving in reverse when simulating pass coverage. Both also caught the ball well, something that was expected from Watt, a former tight end. Beigel did retime the short shuttle and clocked in the 4.07s to 4.10s range, an improvement form his combine mark of 4.3s. Those in the know tell me the Steelers like both linebackers but probably wouldn’t part with a first-round pick for Watt and wouldn’t expect him to be available in the second frame. That makes Biegel in Round 3 the most likely scenario, and based on our rankings it’s a pick well-justified. It was a good workout for running back Corey Clement after his disappointing performance at the combine. Clement timed in the low to mid 4.5s (4.53s/4.56s), a significant improvement from Indianapolis. His other marks included under 4.1s in the short shuttle and 7.03s in the three-cone. Clement looked good in drills and looked exceptional catching the ball.