The squad will not include Darren Bravo, Keemo Paul or Shimron Hetmyer who have all opted out of the three-Test match tour.
This year's three back-to-back Tests, rescheduled because of the coronavirus outbreak, which the United Kingdom government says has claimed at least 39,000 lives in Britain, will be played behind closed doors.
The biggest surprise was no place in the 14-man Test squad for Shannon Gabriel, who led the attack against England previous year but has struggled since then, enduring an unsuccessful stint with Gloucestershire last summer and undergoing ankle surgery in November.
The touring party, who will all be tested for Covid-19 this week, are scheduled to fly to England on private charters on June 8.
It is officially a 14-man West Indies Test squad plus 11 reserves who will act as net bowlers and warm-up opposition during the training period, something England are expected to replicate when they set-up camp at the Ageas Bowl on 23 June. I expect that the bowling unit will once again provide a serious challenge for England and our batting will have to deliver.
Harper is confident that his team will retain the Wisden Trophy.
"Chemar Holder is an exciting young fast bowling talent who is coming off an excellent domestic First-Class season".
"They are used to putting saliva on a cricket ball and can't do that anymore, so they will have to re-train the brain". "His patience and application were evident", CWI's Lead Selector, Roger Harper said.
Several pace bowlers have voiced concerns about the potential ban, which they fear would restrict their ability to generate swing, but England captain Joe Root said it could make his bowlers even more accurate. Nkrumah Bonner is an unflappable character. "His experience of playing Test cricket in England should stand him in good stead".
Darren Bravo of West Indies during day 3 of the 2nd Test between West Indies and England at Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium in North Sound, Antigua and Barbuda, on 2 February 2019.
The West Indies squad will arrive on a charter flight from Barbados - paid for by the European Central Bank at a cost of around £500,000 - on Tuesday and head to Manchester for a three-week training camp that will begin with their mandatory 14-day quarantine period in the country.
With the second and third Tests being played in a bio-secure environment at Emirates Old Trafford, we'll get the lowdown from Paul Allott, Director of Cricket at Lancashire, on how the ground and its staff are shaping up for July.
But a series that will span just 21 days remains subject to final approval from the United Kingdom government.