Welcome to my first-ever NASCAR Xfinity Series DFS Driver Picks article (like ever). The “Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner. 300 takes place on Saturday, Feb. 19th at 5:00 PM ET, and if the Xfinity Series is anything like last season, it’s sure to be a good time. My job is to ensure we get bags on DraftKings when building lineups, and my man Dale Tanhardt will be ensuring we get the bag on the betting side of things.
Practice has already taken place for this race, and the Toyotas are on Top, followed by basically every Chevrolet on the planet.
— Chase Holden (@GarageGuyChase) February 18, 2022
Qualifying takes place at 11:30 AM Eastern on Saturday, but let’s be honest, It’s Daytona. I’m not really concerned with starting position for any race at this track and you shouldn’t be either.
Daytona is one of the biggest coinflips there is in racing, and while I’m not completely disregarding all the current stats, I gotta bring that gut boi energy out while we’re here. So sit back, pull out your DraftKings app, and plug these four dudes in your lineups.
For more info on the Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner. 300 be sure to check out other articles here on TobyChristie.com and follow Garage Guys on Twitter for up-to-the-minute news and analysis before locking in your bets and DFS Lineups.
Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner. Xfinity DFS Driver Picks For DraftKings
Noah Gragson (DraftKings – $9.8K)
You know I couldn’t kick off the 2022 Xfinity season without making note of “Dat Boi” Noah Gragson. Superspeedways in general fit his racing style so well, and he’s won this thing before. I look for Noah to be up top early and stay there with the speed that Jr. Motorsports provides.
Jeb Burton (DraftKings $8K)
Jeb Burton is rolling with Our Motorsports this season, and while he may have lost the Kaulig power, his knowledge of Daytona makes up for that. Burton has two Top 5 finishes at this track and has led laps in the past as well. I look for Burton to start somewhere in the middle of the pack, keep his cool, and strike for a Top 10 finish in this one.
Ryan Vargas (DraftKings $5K)
Ryan Vargas has been on the grind with J.D. Motorsports for a couple of years now, and I think he’s in shape to put together a decent season. Vargas will more than likely start toward the back end of the pack, and his alertness should keep him out of trouble and make him a good place differential play. He’ll also be sporting the “Air Spanky” sticker by his name on the car, so the MOONCAR energy will be with him as well.
Jeffrey Earnhardt (DraftKings $6.1K)
Jeffrey Earnhardt is the grandson of Dale Earnhardt (Surprise), but that’s not everything there is too this guy. Earnhardt hasn’t had the best track record or had the best rides in this series, but there’s a lot to look forward to this season. I think we’ll see a show from him on Saturday night in Tona with his new team Sam Hunt Racing, and you gotta believe that with help from the Toyota gang, he could be a big mover in your lineups.