Leicester City captain Wes Morgan already took part in one beat-the-odds story this year. One more this summer, and he'll complete the most improbable club-country double ever.
Morgan, who lifted the Premier League trophy just a couple of weeks ago, guides the Reggae Boyz at Copa America Centenario, along with other England-based defenders Adrian Mariappa and Michael Hector and MLS attackers Simon Dawkins and Giles Barnes.
Jamaica, under manager Winfried Schaefer, proved its international chops last summer, making a run to the Gold Cup final that included beating the USA in the semifinals. It's paired with the team it fell to in the final, Mexico, along with Uruguay and Venezuela in Group C play at Copa America.
Here is Jamaica's roster in full:
GOALKEEPERS: Andre Blake (Philadelphia Union), DuWayne Kerr (Stjarnan), Ryan Thompson (St. Louis FC)
DEFENDERS: Wes Morgan (Leicester City), Adrian Mariappa (Crystal Palace), Damano Solomon (Portmore United), Michael Hector (Reading), Kemar Lawrence (New York Red Bulls), Jermaine Taylor (Portland Timbers), Rosario Harriott (Harbour View FC)
MIDFIELDERS: Garath McCleary (Reading), Chevone Marsh (Cavaler Sports Club), Joel McAnuff (Leyton Orient), Andrew Vanzie (Humble Lion FC), Michael Binns (Portmore United), JeVaughn Watson (New England Revolution), Lee Williamson (Blackburn), Rodolph Austin (Brondby)
FORWARDS: Dever Orgill (IFK Marieham), Clayton Donaldson (Birmingham), Giles Barnes (Houston Dynamo), Allan Ottey (Montego Bay United), Joel Grant (Exeter City)