Although only a minor tournament, being in a world cup year Lemanis will be taking this very seriously. It's a great opportunity to have a good look at some of the guys who are right on the fringe of going to Spain later this year.
For the most part, I agree with GWB above.
For the guards and wings, Martin will be in. You simply cannot exclude a four-time defensive player of the year who has proved time and time again his ability to guard all different types of players. Plus his outside shooting and playmaking have both improved significantly since he last wore the green and gold. Gibson will also be in as a carryover/veteran guy from previous campaigns. The Boomers are still looking for a back-up shooting guard, so it is likely that all three of Goulding, Madgen and Gliddon will play. Goulding would appear to now be the front runner of this group, and Lemanis will be looking to see if he has made the required defensive improvements that could make him part of the 'A' team in the future. I also wouldn’t be surprised to see Anthony Drmic get a call up for a look at this spot as well. Hugh Greenwood would be another guard that if available I’m sure Lemanis would like to have a good look at. Mitch Creek is another guy that may be rewarded for the good form he showed towards the end of the season.
Matty Knight should finally get a look-in, along with Anthony Petrie, as we all know Lemanis loves to have that mobile four-man.
As for the other bigs, Bairstow will play, and probably Luke Nevill as well. DJ may get a look based on his scoring ability, but his rebounding and defence are not up to international standard and will hold him back. AJ Ogilvy should also be in the mix.
A couple of guys that are working through injuries may also be considered, though I’m not 100% sure where they are at - David Barlow and Nathan Jawai – given that they are both currently residing in Australia and don’t have any pro commitments.