After a week-long hiatus thanks to the NBA finals, Bachelor Nation is ready to get back into the game of watching Rachel Lindsay find herself a husband!
She is still getting to know her guys as she heads into Week 4 of The Bachelorette. But judging from the cast bios, there’s one guy that could be a major contender for her final rose — Jack Stone! We did a little digging to find out who he is, and it seems like he’s everything Rachel is looking for in a man.
Keep reading below to get to know the Season 13 contestant.
He has a lot in common with Rachel.
At 32 years old, he is very close in age with 31-year-old Rachel and they even hail from the same city and work in the same field! Jack is also an attorney from Dallas, and he graduated from the University of Texas School of Law in 2012 — just five years after Rachel completed her degree at the same school.
He’s a proud pet parent.
Jack is constantly showing off his adorable Goldendoodle named Addie on his Instagram page. He often refers to his dog as his “daughter” — and we can’t help but wonder if his dog will get along with Rachel’s pup Copper.
He honored his late mother in the sweetest way.
Jack’s birth name was Jack Oberstein, but he changed his last name to Stone in order to pay tribute to his mom after she lost her battle with cancer in 2003, according to Reality Steve.
He also opened up about his mom in his ABC bio, where he revealed that she is the one person he admires the most in the world.
“Admired my mom,” he said. “While battling cancer, she always stayed positive and had a zest for life until the very end.”
Jack is even hotter with his shirt off.
He loves to post all of his gorgeous vacation shots on social media — and he even used a trip to the Gran Cenote in Tulum, Mexico as an excuse to show off his abs.
Jack’s favorite flowers are tulips, his favorite genres of music are house, pop, hip hop, and alternative, his favorite book is Catch-22, and he revealed that best date he’s ever been on was what he referred to as the “48-hour date.”
“We just didn't want to leave each other,” he said. “It was very easy to be with each other.”