Dale, a 32-year-old from Brandon, SD, swept Clare off her feet when they first met on Night 1, when Clare mentioned she may have just been introduced to her future husband, and their connection only developed and grew stronger from there.
During a group-date afterparty, Clare made out with Dale in her bedroom for anywhere from 40 minutes to an hour, leaving her other men waiting for her and wondering where she had gone.
Clare told the cameras she was "falling in love" with Dale less than two weeks into her journey, and she was even shown calling Dale her "fiance" while chatting with a producer behind-the-scenes when she didn't think she was being filmed.
At this stage in the game, it appears Clare has made up her mind and wants Dale -- or Clare's remaining bachelors might quit on her because they feel like they're competing for second place.
Either way, fans are bracing themselves for Tayshia Adams' entrance and a potential love story unfolding between Clare and Dale, who has also admitted he's smitten with Clare and already thinks it's game over.
Until viewers find out what happens between Clare and Dale in the end, let's learn more aboutThe Bachelorette bachelor right now.
Below is a list of eight facts Reality TV World has compiled about Dale Moss.
Dale played basketball and football in college
Standing 6'4" tall, Dale excelled in college basketball at South Dakota State University and only played one year of college football in his final year of eligibility, so basketball technically paved the way to his NFL career.
Dale advocates for youth development, inclusive initiatives and diversity to athletes with intellectual disabilities as a "Special Olympics Global Ambassador," according to his personal website.
Dale began promoting awareness for the Special Olympics at a young age because his sister was actually a Special Olympics athlete.
Dale reveals the little things in life that make him happy
Dale loves his four sisters and Oprah too! In his free time, the competitive bachelor enjoys playing Hungry Hungry Hippos, and his favorite indulgence is to pair a good martini with a perfectly cooked steak.
Dale is a model and has posed in campaigns for some major, popular brands including Express, Under Armour, Hugo Boss, John Varvatos, Grey Goose, Equinox, and United Airlines.
While he never played in an NFL game, Dale had brief stints with several NFL teams
Dale signed with Green Bay Packers as an undrafted free agent after he went undrafted in the 2012 NFL Draft, however he was cut before training camp ended that August.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers then signed him to their practice squad, but let him go in November, resulting in Dale ending the 2012 NFL season on the Chicago Bears' practice squad.
However the Bears cut Dale the following spring in June 2013, leading to a short stint with the Carolina Panthers during training camp for the 2013 season that ended with him being released before the NFL season began.
After sitting out the 2013 NFL season as a free agent, Dale was signed by the Bears again in July 2014, however he didn't survive the team's training camp cut for the 2014 NFL season -- ending his attempts to play in the NFL.
Dale's major in college was unrelated to sports
Dale majored in Consumer Affairs and Business Economics at South Dakota State University.
If only Clare could have seen Dale dressed like a taco on Night 1!
Dale once modeled Halloween costumes for Party City. A fan posted photos of Dale on Twitter dressed up like a taco, Superman and a Roman Centurion.
There is also a photo on social media of Dale on the front of a bag of photo-prop signs. The sign Dale was holding read "Hubby."
Dale hosts a podcast titled "The Game Plan with Dale Moss," which features interviews with pro athletes and sports industry professionals, uncovering their "gameplan" for achieving personal and business growth.