Through April 20
1. Johnny Sauter, 174.
2. Matt Crafton, 162.
3. Jeb Burton, 149.
4. Ryan Blaney, 141.
5. Ty Dillon, 135.
6. James Buescher, 133.
7. Brendan Gaughan, 128.
8. Darrell Wallace Jr., 127.
9. Joey Coulter, 125.
10. Dakoda Armstrong, 121.
11. Ron Hornaday Jr., 115.
12. Miguel Paludo, 112.
13. Timothy Peters, 110.
14. Ryan Sieg, 107.
15. Tim George Jr., 106.
16. Todd Bodine, 102.
17. David Starr, 99.
18. German Quiroga, 93.
19. Max Gresham, 81.
20. John Wes Townley, 80.
21. Chase Elliott, 77.
22. Jeff Agnew, 72.
23. Brennan Newberry, 71.
24. Erik Jones, 70.
25. Bryan Silas, 69.
26. Norm Benning, 67.
27. Jennifer Jo Cobb, 57.
28. Ross Chastain, 54.
29. Clay Greenfield, 46.
30. Justin Lofton, 41.
31. Caleb Holman, 38.
32. Chris Cockrum, 29.
33. John King, 26.
34. Justin Jennings, 26.
35. Dusty Davis, 24.
36. Spencer Gallagher, 22.
37. Devin Jones, 20.
38. Tyler Young, 20.
39. Chris Jones, 20.
40. Clay Rogers, 19.
41. Grant Galloway, 17.
42. Ryan Truex, 16.
43. Robert Bruce, 16.
44. Johnny Chapman, 16.
45. Tyler Reddick, 14.
46. Chris Fontaine, 10.
47. Scott Saunders, 8.

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