The South Africa A-players of the Cape Cobras will leave for a national camp in the final week of July.
Omphile Ramela, Beuran Hendricks, Mthokozisi Shezi, Dane Piedt and Dane Paterson are set to join the South Africa A-team, while the two players in the South African test squad, Stiaan van Zyl and Dane Vilas will join their India-bound colleagues later on.
Rory Kleinveldt has emerged as the leading wicket-taker for Northamptonshire in the English County competition, capturing 40 wickets in nine matches at an average of 28.60 in the 2015-season.
Richard Levi has smashed the highest first-class score for Northamptonshire this season (168), while he is also averaging a healthy 42.53.
The Cobras won the Ram Slam T20 Challenge in the 2014/2015-season, but the Newlands-team was disrupted by several injuries which curbed their progress.
Justin Kemp, Hendricks, Piedt and Kleinveldt all missed a part of the season due to injuries. These frustrating setbacks proved to be disruptive, especially in the four-day competition.
Adams says monitoring the Cobras bowling loads and managing it carefully, while also ensuring they have maintained their physical strength training according to certain standards, is part of their pre-season build-up.
The Cobras possess several young senior bowlers who can lead the team in the 2015/2016-season.
Dane Paterson (26), Hendricks (25), Wayne Parnell (25), Piedt (25), Shezi (27) and Travis Muller (22) are still in their prime.
The form of Kleinveldt (32) and Robin Peterson (35) indicate they are not prepared to relinquish their senior positions in the Cape Cobras team without a fight.
Kleinveldt has spearheaded the Northamptonshire-attack this season with three five-wicket hauls, more than any other bowler of the County.
The left-arm spinner Peterson captured 13 wickets in 10 matches for the Barbados Tridents in the Caribbean Premier League at an average of 15.76.