- Noah Gragson (No. 9 JR Motorsports Chevrolet) – Gragson has one Xfinity Series start at Atlanta, a ninth-place finish last year. He’s also raced there twice in the Gander Trucks, finishing 14th in his debut and runner-up in the second race in 2018.
- Chase Briscoe (No. 98 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford) – Briscoe has two Xfinity Series starts at Atlanta and put together 15th-place results in both races. He finished 25th in his one Gander Trucks race at the track in 2017.
- Brandon Jones (No. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota) – Jones has the most Xfinity Series experience at Atlanta of the four Dash 4 Cash contenders, with four starts. He has an average finish of 11.5 with his best finish coming last year, placing fourth. He has not competed at the track in the Gander Trucks.
- Harrison Burton (No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota) – While this will be Burton’s Xfinity Series debut at Atlanta, he did finish eighth there last year in the Gander Trucks.
“That’s a big opportunity. There is a lot of things you could do with that money. There is a lot of people in need right now, and a lot of situations that I feel like that could be used for which is a really cool opportunity for me. Obviously, you have to treat your guys with some of that as well if you get it,” said Burton. “No different than any other race, other than it’s a bigger payday in the end, which is obviously amazing, and we are pumped that Xfinity is doing that. The biggest thing for us is to just treat it like any other race and be aggressive and go and try to win.”