Grant Enfinger ($10,300)
Enfinger won here earlier this season and led 65 laps in the process in a race the he started off 11th. With qualifying still yet to be determined, it’s clear that Enfinger can maneuver his way around this track. Although that was his first win at Kansas in a truck, Enfinger had posted five top-five finishes in nine previous races and with that win under his belt now has an average finish on sixth here.
Matt Crafton ($9,400)
With three wins here in his truck career, Crafton highlights the field as a steady veteran that has run 26 races here. Three win, seven top-fives, and 14 top-10’s suggest that Crafton will be one of the more steady drivers we’ll have come Friday night.
Matt DiBenedetto ($8,800)
Despite wrecking here earlier this season, Matty D had posted finishes of seventh and 12th in previous races at Kansas. The driver of the 25 machine has finished in the top-10 in seven of his last 10 races after dealing with some early season struggles. Don’t be surprised in DiBenedetto shows well here.
Tyler Ankrum ($6,900)
In the mid-range/value section, Tyler Ankrum falls in at under $7,000. Earlier in the season Ankrum made some great gains finishing 10th here after starting 23rd. Ankrum has finished 16th or better here in his last four races. Depending on qualifying, Ankrum could be a place differential target.
*Note: I’ll have more drivers to consider after qualifying in the NASCAR channel on Discord