The Jamaica squad for this year's Copa America has been named by head coach Winfried Schafer.
A 30-man preliminary roster was revealed on Tuesday as the Reggae Boyz prepare for the CONMEBOL tournament which takes place in Chile between June 11 and July 4.
The 26-year old was born in London and represented England at U19 level before pledging his allegiance to Jamaica earlier this year. He scored on debut in a friendly against Venezuela on March 27 before winning his second cap three days later against Cuba.
Barnes is joined by Dynamo teammate Jermaine Taylor, FC Dallas midfielder Je-Vaughn Watson, Portland Timbers defender Alvas Powell, New York Red Bulls' Kemar Lawrence and Vancouver Whitecaps striker Darren Mattocks in the Jamaica squad.
Jamaica have been drawn in Group B alongside World Cup runners-up Argentina, reigning South American champions Uruguay and Paraguay.
The Jamaican team will also be involved in this summer's CONCACAF Gold Cup which is held in Canada and the USA from July 7 to 26.
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