Saucke played the infield mostly before getting to Charlottesville, but he's looked good in the corners and has a plus arm. He's physical and can do damage with the bat. He broke onto the scene as a freshman but stumbled a bit his freshman year, which was sort of expected after running an unsustainable BABIP at nearly .500. His swing path got flatter his sophomore year and he cut down the whiffs but lost some of his elevation as of a result. His brief Cape production put a dent on his profile, but the size, impact and bat-to-ball skills all project well. He could be an average big league regular if the approach can get better, but he's likely a second-division regular.