33 players have been named by England sevens coach Mike Friday for the 2006/07 season.
The players will train with the 11 core squad players but will only be available for four of the eight IRB Sevens events.
Worcester's new signing Marcel Garvey features alongside Dom Shabbo of London Irish.
The squad will meet for three training sessions before their first tournament, the Dubai Sevens in December.
England sevens wider squad for 2006/07:
Matt Banahan, Chris Brooker, Chris Goodman (all Bath), Ian Grieve, Danny Gray, Chris Hallam (all Bristol), Jack Adams, James Bailey (both Gloucester), Rob Vickerman, Simon Worrell (both Leeds), Tom Croft, Tom Youngs (both Leicester), Shane Geraghty, Dominic Shabbo (both London Irish), David Doherty, Dominic Waldouck (both Wasps), Charlie Amesbury, Chris Robshaw (both Harlequins), Lee Dickson, Eni Gesinde, James Hoyle, Ollie Phillips (all Newcastle), Chris Wyles, Alex Rae, Neil Starling (both Northampton), Will Matthews (Pertemps Bees), Selorm Kuadey, David Tait (both Sale), Donald Barrell, Adam Powell (both Saracens), Will Bowley, Marcel Garvey, Simon Whatling (all Worcester)
England Under-18 head coach John Fletcher insists his young side will be better for the experience after beating Italy in the bronze final to round out their 2015 Rugby Europe U18 Championship campaign in style.