Dale Moss was making moves on and off the field stealing the hearts of many SDSU fans.  Now he's trying to catch "The Bachelorette's" heart!  But....will he ever get the chance? Here's the latest on the production of the ABC show.

The former Jackrabbit will be one of 32 eligible bachelors on the upcoming ABC hit show in its 16th season. Before Dale moved to New York City, he was a triple-threat at Brandon Valley High School as a football, basketball, and track and field athlete.  According to the SDSU Athletic website, He started at SDSU as a basketball player  In a surprising twist, Dale used his last year of eligibility to pursue football and it did not stop at Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium.  Dale took his talents to the NFL where he was a wide receiver with the Green Bay Packers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the Chicago Bears.

New Bachelorette, Clare Crawley will hopefully select Dale to take part in her journey to find love.  Clare was the runner-up in Juan Pablo Galavis' season of "The Bachelor."  Since then, she has made appearances on "Bachelor In Paradise" and "Bachelor Winter Games."  Clare is the oldest Bachelorette in the history of the show at 38-years-old.  There are men, like Dale, who are in their 30s.  There's also a few contestants in their 20s and 40s.  It should be an interesting, dramatic season as Chris Harrison would say.

Speaking of Chris Harrison, he recently posted a video on his Instagram account updating Bachelor fans on the current filming situation of Clare's season.  Due to rising concern's of COVID-19, filming has been postponed for at least two weeks.

The new season of "The Bachelorette" is set to premiere on May 18th on ABC.

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