We’re just one week into Season 13 of “The Bachelorette” and already rumors are swirling about which three guys will make it all the way to the end. Many, including “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” host Jimmy Kimmel, have speculated about the identities of the trio, as well as which among them will pop the question to the ABC reality star.

Both Kimmel and Bachelor Nation spoiler blogger Reality Steve seem to agree that Rachel’s finalists will be Eric, Bryan and Peter. Peter’s the favorite to win the competition right now, though he didn’t exactly wow in the Season 13 “The Bachelorette” premiere. Instead, Bryan shined with his Spanish-speaking and natural charm.

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Peter’s moment in the spotlight will reportedly come in Season 13, episode 2 of “The Bachelorette.” According to Reality Steve, he’ll be chosen to go on one of the first solo dates with Rachel. The pair will share a meal before watching a romantic fireworks show in La Quinta, California.

The rest of the guys will have the settle for group dates for now. Reality Steve reports that some of the cast will be joining Rachel for a trip to a winery, where they’ll complete a domestic obstacle course. They’ll also have the opportunity to sample some of the wine at the facility.

Others will join Rachel for a game of pickup basketball at a high school. The date was spoiled in March, when sources told Us Weekly they spotted Rachel and her “Bachelorette” hopefuls shooting hoops with retired pro Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Rachel’s said to have been slightly shy during the date, which sources chalked up to her settling into the process.

While we don’t know what will happen as Season 13 of “The Bachelorette” progresses, we do know that each episode brings us closer to finding out which of the original 31 cast members Rachel chooses. The reality star revealed ahead of the premiere that she was engaged, a move no previous star’s tried. Bachelor Nation was divided on her decision, with some feeling that it spoiled Season 13.

Rachel didn’t care what the haters said though, and she has no regrets about her reveal. In fact, she said she was urged to shared the good news ahead of the “Bachelorette” premiere to get viewers invested. She told ET Online that she was too excited to keep it a secret anyway.

“I think [the decision to share the news] was kind of mutual. They are like, ‘You know what? Just do it, because I think a lot of people will be more invested to know this worked for her. You know, she so was not a believer. [She was] hopeful, but it actually happened,’” Rachel explained. “And so I think people will really, like, tap into that.”

Which of the rumored three finalists will it be? Only time will tell. In the meantime, get acquainted with the trio most likely to win Rachel’s heart on “The Bachelorette”:

Eric Bigger

Eric’s a 29-year-old personal trainer. According to his bio he has no tattoos and considers himself to be “the life of the party.” He’s a religious guy, citing “Book of Proverbs” as one of his all time favorite books.

As for his “Bachelorette” persona, Eric wasn’t really a breakout star in the Season 13 premiere. He had a few moments in the spotlight, but nothing major. That may, however, be a major clue that he gets picked — Rachel told ET that her beau wasn’t someone she fell for right away.

“I love saying I have a fiancé!” she said. “But you won’t be able to figure it out. Like, you will see me go along and struggle with it and back and forth and it was a hard decision for me. So I think that the way that I fell in love with him, America will too.”

According to Refinery29, he’ll have plenty of time to win Rachel over on “The Bachelorette.” The site notes that the pair were spotted sharing some alone time, during which they kissed, numerous times throughout filming for the season. They were also seen getting romantic in a European city, which is where “The Bachelorette” will end.

Bryan Abasolo

Based on his bio, Bryan’s a 37-year-old chiropractor from Florida. He has no tattoos, considers himself “laid back,” and admitted to wearing JNCO Jeans in his past.

Like Rachel, he’s looking for something serious. He told producers he hopes to have “2-3 kids, preferably two boys, one girl.” Bryan also made it clear to Rachel in the “Bachelorette” premiere that he wasn’t there to play games.

Bryan worked his way into the hearts of viewers, and Rachel, during episode 1 of “The Bachelorette.” He turned on the charm the second he got out of the limo and managed to steal not one, but two kisses from the show’s star. He also won the first impression rose.

His downfall, however, may be his attitude. Rachel’s said that the one thing she can’t stand is a cocky man and, according to Bustle, that’s something he’ll struggle with. Some fans seem to think that Bryan loves himself a bit too much.

Peter Krauss

In his bio, Peter revealed that he’s 31, owns his own business and was ready to marry his ex of two years. He hails from Wisconsin and his hoping to have better luck wooing Rachel than Nick Viall, another native of the state, did on “The Bachelor.” As he pointed out during the premiere of “The Bachelorette,” he and Rachel both also have tiny gaps between their two front teeth.

He made somewhat of an impression on Rachel in the premiere, though it wasn’t all great. He was sweet when he stepped out of the limo and Rachel even commented on how “cute” he was. The pair later caught up inside the “Bachelorette” mansion at which time Peter presented her with chocolates, which she hates.

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Bachelor Nation didn’t get to learn much else about Peter during the premiere, but his social media presence tells quite an interesting story. He appears to be family oriented, which Rachel will love, and has many hobbies. In addition to restoring furniture, he travels often, reads a lot, works out, does a bit of modeling and has a lot of friends.

Who will be the one to win Rachel’s heart? Tune into “The Bachelorette” Mondays at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.