“Dancing With the Stars” Season 28 is just a few short days away, and before fans know it, they will be consistently rooting for specific teams and hoping they win the Mirrorball Trophy. However, some teams may have an advantage when it comes to the talent they could showcase during the season.

The diverse cast of the show, which is returning after a year-long hiatus with some big changes, could prove to be just as unpredictable as the group from Season 27, which saw less-talented dancers win because of massive fanbases, proving the show could surprise everyone. Still, whether their own pasts suggest they can win, their rumored pro partners give them an edge or they genuinely have a fan base that could be reckoned with, these six teams may be the ones who have the best shot at a Mirrorball Trophy.

Karamo Brown and rumored partner Jenna Johnson

Jenna Johnson and Karamo Brown, if dancing together, could have a huge advantage on Season 28 of "Dancing With the Stars." ABC/Justin Stephens

The “Queer Eye” culture expert, if he is in fact dancing with the new Mrs. Chmerkovskiy, could be a big contender for this year’s Mirrorball. There’s no reason to expect he doesn’t have what it takes to bust a move, and Jenna has won the Mirrorball before as well. Even if he doesn’t do well performance-wise, his fanbase is large—and Jenna is another pro who managed to help do what seemed impossible in Season 27. Though her then-partner Joe Amabile barely improved over the season, he did have some small victories along the way thanks to her tutelage. If she could get him to a semifinal, then she can easily get Karamo that far as well.

Ally Brooke and rumored partner Sasha Farber

Sasha Farber and Ally Brooke, if dancing together, have a huge advantage in "Dancing With the Stars" Season 28. ABC/Justin Stephens

If anyone has the best chance at winning this season, it’s the former Fifth Harmony singer. Her days in the band definitely helped her with some dance moves, and while things are different in the ballroom, she has the ability to move, which gives her an edge. Fans could also want to give Sasha a chance at winning his first Mirrorball as well, since he’s been on the show for a while but never yet reached that milestone. However, the biggest advantage she may have is a massive fanbase—if they turn out to vote for her when live voting begins, she’ll be impossible to beat.

Kel Mitchell and rumored partner Witney Carson

Witney Carson and Kel Mitchell, if dancing together, could have a huge advantage on Season 28 of "Dancing With the Stars." ABC/Justin Stephens

Heavy nostalgia for his time on “All That” and “Kenan and Kel” will likely help carry Mitchell whether he can dance or not, but his rumored partner, Witney, is also a secret weapon. To date, she has only won one Mirrorball—but as it turns out, it was with another 90s TV star who could bring a healthy dose of nostalgia to the table—Alfonso Ribiero. She also did well with Frankie Muniz too, so she has a good record with actors who fans will fondly remember from shows they grew up with—and that could be a huge advantage going into the competition.

Hannah Brown and rumored partner Alan Bersten

Alan Bersten and Hannah Brown, if dancing together, could have a huge advantage on Season 28 of "Dancing With the Stars." ABC/Justin Stephens

While traditionally, those from the ABC dating franchise don’t always fare well on the show, things could be different from Brown. First off, Joe Amabile proved that you don’t even need talent on the floor to get ahead if you have a huge amount of fans, making it all the way to the semi-finals of Season 27 despite having significantly lower average scores than most of the teams he managed to beat. It proves that “Bachelor Nation” is alive and well and definitely voting for their people when they hit the “DWTS” stage. Add that to the upswing of support and attention Hannah has received since her season of “The Bachelorette” ended (both her chosen suitor Jed Wyatt and runner-up Tyler Cameron ended up not working out for her), and she will likely have a group of fans that push her pretty far. If she manages to surprise everyone and actually have great dance skills on top of that—she could be the one to beat overall.

Christie Brinkley and rumored partner Val Chmerkovskiy

Val Chmerkovskiy and Christie Brinkley, if dancing together, could have a huge advantage on Season 28 of "Dancing With the Stars." ABC/Justin Stephens

While age could work against the Supermodel, it may not be a detriment since she still is in great shape. In addition, of all pros to get, Val is one of the ones with the best track record, winning two Mirrorball trophies since he was promoted to a pro, and also going on to come in second place twice and third place four times. He’s also one of the more popular pros as well, which will also help propel them for a bit too.

Ray Lewis and rumored partner Cheryl Burke

Cheryl Burke and Ray Lewis, if dancing together, could have a huge advantage on Season 28 of "Dancing With the Stars." ABC/Justin Stephens

Not only do athletes (especially former NFL players) tend to have impressive footwork when they hit the floor, but Lewis also has something that could work in his favor in his rumored partner, Cheryl. She’s one of the most seasoned pros on the show now, appearing on nearly every season since Season 2, winning both that one and Season 3. She had still had some strong finishes since then as well, and fans may be clamoring for her to finally win her long-awaited third Mirrorball as a result.

“Dancing With the Stars” Season 28 premieres Monday, Sept. 16 at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.