NASCAR Fantasy Rankings: NASCAR Xfinity Series 250 at Atlanta

1. AJ Allmendinger ($11,200) His plate hustling details are amazing. In 11 plate races with Kaulig Racing,

2. Ty Gibbs ($11,000) — He's as of now checked each of the crates in his Xfinity Series profession, and he's checked all of the plate track boxes.

3. Noah Gragson ($10,800) Kaulig Racing rules at the plate tracks in the Xfinity Series, yet Gragson is a danger to assume control over the privileged position.

4. Austin Hill ($10,300) His most memorable Truck Series win was at Daytona and his most memorable Xfinity Series win was at Daytona.

5. Justin Allgaier ($10,000) All or nothing Allgaier. That is the way he plate races. He has three top-5 completions in his last five plate races.

6. Riley Herbst ($8,200) Most of his Xfinity Series profession has been mediocre. Nonetheless, he has been a quality driver at the plate tracks.

7. Tyler Reddick ($10,500) The Big Machine Chevy isn't the best vehicle ever, however Reddick won with it. He won in the Cup Series last week and he has two Xfinity Series plate track wins.

8. Landon Cassill ($8,900) Kaulig Racing is relentless at plate tracks. It doesn't make any difference who is driving their vehicles.

9. Daniel Hemric ($9,300) If anybody can destroy the Kaulig Racing juju, then, at that point, it's the proprietor of one of the longest winless streaks in NASCAR history.

10 . Ryan Truex ($9,100) The No. 18 JGR Toyota is quick, and Truex will have the help of quick partners. Group dashing is just a thing at plate tracks

11. Brandon Brown ($7,300) His Talladega win last season was really flukey, yet the recreation required some amusement. That isn't to say it was totally inappropriate.

12. Brandon Jones ($8,600) He's never come out on top in a plate race. That is odd on the grounds that he appears as though a driver that could come out on top in a plate race.

13. Ryan Sieg ($8,000) He was in the lead position at Atlanta on lap 171, yet the last lap was 172. His tenth spot finish was frustrating, however he was near his very first win.

14. Anthony Alfredo ($7,000) Don't rest on Alf. Additionally, don't refer to him as "Quick Pasta." You're simply reassuring him. In six Xfinity Series plate races.

15. J.J. Yeley ($6,500) Going back to 2015, Yeley has contended in 18 plate races. Regardless of not having the best gear, he has 15 top-20 completions and a typical completion of sixteenth.