Keith Henderson, 34
Hidden talent: I can do 10 backflips in a row. I've been in athletics all my life. I taught myself to do backflips.
Biggest fear: Rejection. If I see there's something I can't have, I may shy away and not even try to go for it.
My bad habit: I talk really, really fast.
My guilty pleasure: Ocean Spray Berries and Cherries fruit snacks. I could eat the 24-pack in two days and go back to the store and eat another 24-pack.
You'd never guess: I have a twin brother. He runs the largest, busiest post office in Illinois. We're the opposite. He's more professional. I'm the carefree one.
I can't live without: My iPad. I have an iPhone 6, but I can do a little more on my iPad.
My hero: My dad. He's very positive. He's always there to give advice and to listen. He's taught us everything — how to be a man, how to treat women.
On my bucket list: I do a bucket list daily. Right now, there are three things on my list: Give a flower to a stranger. Have a huge pool party. And build a snow igloo.
Biggest accomplishment: Playing in the NFL preseason for the Kansas City Chiefs and in the arena league, for the Tennessee Valley Vipers, as a wide receiver.
When I'm not working: I'm in the gym, working out. Or I'll probably be at church.
Find me here on a Saturday night: Ohio City. I just like the strip of bars right there. There's a few I frequent.
If I had one wish: I just want to be rich.
Once-in-a-lifetime moment: I met superstar RandB sensation, Brandy. My brother and I met her when we were 19. She was doing a meet-and-greet at a Walgreens. We were really big fans. We camped out and were the first two in line. We met her, and as we were leaving, they were like, "Twins, come back. Brandy's mom wants to talk to you." She pulled us backstage and gave us front-row tickets to her concert. We got to hang out with her.
If I won the Mega Millions, I'd spend it on: My family. I would give to my church. I'm going go on a shopping spree, buy some hot clothes and a Mercedes G550.
My No. 1 dating rule: I want her to be herself. I don't want her to have to change. I go to bars and things, but I don't drink. I meet some girls who drink all the time. If you're drunk, go ahead and be yourself. That's just me. I don't want someone to have to change because I don't do certain things.
Deal-breakers: Maybe I'm kind of picky — bad breath, bad habits, someone who lacks confidence.
The perfect date: A beautiful meal, lots of laughter, great conversation. Deep gazing, and definitely comfortable silence.
I'm a sucker for: I love a girl with beautiful hair and beautiful eyes.
Most romantic thing I've ever done: I made a list of special days, put them on a calendar and those special days we would celebrate together. Our anniversary, the day we met, our first kiss. I would cook a special meal, spend some type of quality time together, write a short letter or a note.
What I look for in a significant other: Someone who is spontaneous, naturally beautiful, intelligent. The ability to make me laugh, definitely be flirtatious.
I always, sometimes or never make the first move: Always.
Would you like to be famous?: I would definitely want to be known for making a difference. Being a positive influence.
Do you rehearse what you're going to say before you make a phone call?: Absolutely not. I'm a spur of the moment type of guy: right now, quick wit. I never rehearse it. I play off the girl — whatever vibe she's giving to me.
Last time I sang to myself: I sing to myself all the time, on my iPod. I was singing Jordin Sparks, "Tattoo." I love that song. That was today. Last time I sang to someone else: Last week, I was talking to one of my friends in Chicago. She was playing a song in the background, "How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You." So I was singing that to her.
If I could gain one quality or ability, it would be: The ability to read someone's mind. I want to know what they're thinking.
I wish I had someone with whom I could share ... : My favorite ice cream, cookies and cream.
Celebrity dream date: I like older women, any of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Celebrity look-alike: Andre3000, but I have a mohawk now. It's not like an intense Mr. T mohawk, it's faded on the side, clean, an inch high.
Dogs or cats: I definitely prefer dogs over cats. Cats are so sneaky. You could wake up in the morning, and they'll be sitting on your head.
Beach or mountains: Beach absolutely. I can surf. I like to take off my shirt and show my stuff. That's what I workout for.
Signature dish: I like to cook fettuccine Alfredo with the white sauce and the chicken.
How I stay healthy: I work out twice a day. I eat very clean, lots of protein, little carbs, lots of water.
My favorite ... book: I read the Bible. Also, Floyd Mayweather vs. The All Time Greats. It's a book where they're seeing how he would match up against the old-school boxers. ... TV show: I love all reality shows. ... movie: I'm so partial to Sandra Bullock. The Lake House, While You Were Sleeping. She's the ultimate romantic — she seems like she would be. ... music: On my iPod, top five, in order: Jordin Sparks, "Tattoo." Kid Rock and Sheryl Crow, "Picture." No. 3 is old-school Bel Biv Devoe, "Poison." Old-school TV show, Saved By the Bell theme song. No. 5 is Lenny Kravitz, "Are You Gonna Go My Way." I'm way out there. ... restaurant: I'm simple. I love IHOP. Pancakes are my favorite food. I could eat there 24/7. ... app: I'm embarrassed to say it, I've tried online dating. I like Tinder.
What I'm reading: Throwaway Players: The Concussion Crisis From Pee Wee Football to the NFL.
IPod embarrassment: Probably Christina Aguilera, "Genie in a Bottle."
I'm so over: Facebook. I'm not even on Facebook or Instagram, just because of my job.
Dream job: I want to lead my own school. I've always been a leader, up in the front, out in the open, and I've experienced so much. I see so many less fortunate kids, who will never get to experience some of these things. So I try my best to make every experience positive, have them set their minds to believe anything is possible.
Dream vacation: Probably the Virgin Islands — nice weather, good food, clean air.
My take on Cleveland's single scene: There are lots of beautiful women out there. I don't know if they're as confident as I would like them to be. There is a lot of potential.
Are you on Tinder?: It was the worst dating experience ever. When you meet them off Tinder, it's solely based on what you look like physically. We had dinner at a restaurant. We got into the conversation; the woman was so self-centered. I couldn't get a word in edgewise. I couldn't even finish the date. I had to come up with a lie: my boss is calling me.
Best date I've ever been on: One thing I would do with my ex, is we would pull the mattress off my bed, take it in the TV room, pile up a bunch of blankets, put our pajamas on, grab two spoons and some ice cream, snuggle and watch our favorite movie. I'm a simple type.
Worst date I've been on: That Tinder date was the worst date in the world.
Do you hope to settle down in the next five years?: Absolutely. I want to settle down, start a family, hopefully my career progresses.