RABAT (FIBA AfroBasket 2017) - Reda Harras may only be 23 years of age but he is set to play at his fourth straight FIBA AfroBasket next month in Dakar and Tunis.
Joining him in the preliminary squad is another historic figure in Morocco's recent basketball history.
Despite sitting out the tournament in 2015, 38-year-old Zakaria El Masbahi has appeared in Africa's flagship competition an impressive seven times.
The North Africans are expected to hold the second phase of their preparations in Turkey later this week, before returning home for the remaining of their training camp.
Drawn in Group B along with former African champions Angola, the Central African Republic (CAF) and Uganda, Morocco will play their Group Phase in the Senegalese capital of Dakar.
If they manage to finish in the group's top two, they will advance to the Final Phase in Tunis, Tunisia.