Bobby Steinburg, 39
How he caught our eye: Dubbed one of college basketball's best future head coaches by Basketball Times, the Kent State University assistant with a big heart once scored a spot on TLC's Perfect Proposal.
Hidden talent: I play guitar, both acoustic and electric. I'm a big music person, so I listen to, appreciate and play anything from rock to soul to jazz fusion-type stuff.
Biggest fear: Losing a loved one.
My bad habit: I don't say "no" very easily. And I end up overcommitting myself sometimes. I take on too much.
My guilty pleasure: I love all kinds of ice cream. If I give you one [flavor], I'd have to give you five.
You'd never guess: I'm a pretty compassionate person. I try to listen to people. And I do a lot of volunteering and a lot of donating. I've always had kind of a soft spot for the underdog.
I can't live without: My smartphone. It's my connector to everything.
My hero: My parents. They did an incredibly good job of instilling core values in my brother and I growing up. And they never lost sight of their sense of family, spirituality and selflessness.
On my bucket list: I have to go to Hawaii. Hawaii is the only state in the United States that I've never been to.
Biggest accomplishment: Longevity in my chosen career. College-basketball coaching is extremely cutthroat. I've been able to do that for a long time. This is my 19th season.
When I'm not working: I don't have family in Ohio. So when I have time off, I like to spend time with my family.
Find me here on a Saturday night: In a hole-in-the-wall restaurant-bar somewhere. I like to try different places.
If I won the Mega Millions, I'd spend it on: I would invest a third, I would donate a third, and I would spend a third frivolously for myself and my family. I would buy a house on the ocean with all the amenities, the whole deal.
My No. 1 dating rule: I never, ever let the woman pay.
Deal-breakers: Smokers, poor hygiene, anyone who is a noncommunicator.
The perfect date: Any place where distractions are at a minimum and is conducive to great conversation.
I'm a sucker for: Confidence and a great smile. The smile is the first thing you notice about anybody. You can tell a lot [about] how genuine someone is if they have a bright smile.
Most romantic thing I've ever done: I was married once, and my engagement was on a television show, Perfect Proposal on TLC. It was in New York City. I knew that she didn't want just the ordinary proposal, so I did it on this show. She had no idea. There were hidden cameras following her over the course of two days. There'd be interviews and different things with me, this whole ruse about [trying] to find these tickets to a Broadway show. We went to the show, and we ended up going to this restaurant. And the waitress, the server, was actually the host of the show.
What I look for in a significant other: Family oriented, ambitious — not just for work but in life, compassionate, confident, loyal. I want somebody who's going to work at a relationship in the same way that I'm going to work at a relationship.
I always, sometimes or never make the first move: I actually don't mind the woman making the first move at all. But I've never been a wallflower. I'm usually a leader.
Would you like to be famous? I would like to have a famous person's paycheck. That's about it. If fame comes as a result of my hard work, then I can handle it. But I won't consider myself a failure if I'm not famous.
Do you rehearse what you're going to say before making a phone call?: Never. I'm good off the cuff. I mean, I talk to people for a living. I come from a long line of communicators.
Last time I sang to myself: Twenty minutes ago. Last time I sang to someone else: A month ago. There was no occasion. I was just playing guitar and singing on my couch among friends.
If I could gain one quality or ability, it would be: The ability to heal with my touch. You could do a lot of different things with it. I could heal people who are hurting. I could make a lot of money with it. And it could only be used for positive.
I wish I had someone with whom I could share ... : My life and everything that comes with it.
Celebrity dream date: Jessica Biel. She's cute. She's got a good personality.
Celebrity look-alike: I don't necessarily see it, but I've gotten Matthew Perry before. He's one of the most unattractive people in Hollywood! It's probably my nose and chin and mannerisms.
Dogs or cats: I'm a dog person. Man's best friend! No matter how good or bad your day has been, a dog is going to be loyal and comforting the second you walk in the door.
Beach or mountains: Beach. I love the water. It's relaxing. It's serene. There's always a nice breeze.
Signature dish: I don't cook very often. I eat out probably 99 percent of all my meals, unfortunately.
How I stay healthy: I try to eat right most of the time, exercise and take vitamins.
My favorite ... book: Winning With People by John C. Maxwell, Relentless by Tim Grover. ... TV show: Seinfeld. It's my kind of humor. It's smart. ... movie: The Shawshank Redemption is one of them. It's a classic. It had a lot of subplots and things that made you think. But it wasn't so twisted that the average person couldn't understand it. ... music: I like the crooners — anything from Sinatra. ... restaurant: Barry Dyngles in Austintown. The food is absolutely phenomenal. Everything is fresh. Best ribs and barbecue in the country. Some of the best burgers you'll ever eat. ... app: Shazam. If [you] can't think of the name of a song, you hit it, and it gives you the name and who it's by, all that stuff.
What I'm reading: I read magazines when I travel. I usually read Esquire and GQ.
IPod embarrassment: George Michael. Either "I Want Your Sex" or "Father Figure."
I'm so over: The whole tattoo trend and people ... drawing attention to themselves either by complaining or bragging on Facebook or other forms of social media.
Dream job: An NCAA Division I head coaching job.
Dream vacation: Bora Bora or Dubai. Bora Bora is absolutely gorgeous; Dubai is just one of those places that would be fun to go.
My take on Cleveland's singles scene: The jury is still out.
Are you on Tinder?: No. I think that Tinder probably is more for a younger group of people.
Best thing about being single: I can look in the mirror and concentrate on improving things about me.
Worst thing about being single: I think that we were put on earth to share our lives with someone. So obviously, when you're single, you don't have that special someone to share feelings or excitement or things that make you whole.
Best date I've been on: The best date I've been on is where there's a lot of laughing and the conversation flowed. I've been on a lot of dates including that.
Worst date I've been on: I tried online dating. The first person I ever met through online dating was three times the size of her picture and looked nothing like the person that I thought I was meeting.
Do you hope to settle down in the next five years?: Absolutely. I'm wired to be in a family-type setting, in a relationship. Being a bachelor, that gets old after a while.