Unfortunately, there are no settings in SQL Profiler that will display the values the way you want them displayed with your
insert .. values statement or any other similar statements.
But, by using
SQL:StmtCompleted you should be able to see when the values are being assigned to the parameters.
So you'll have an entry something like this for each parameter depending on how you're setting up these variables in your T-SQL code that you should see in the trace code.
SET @P0 = YourValue
SET @P1 = YourValue
SET @P2 = YourValue
If you want to filter it down to the parameters only then under Column Filters scroll down to
TextData and add the following filters under the
% being the wildcard.