The player, on loan to the national side, was part of the Springbok Sevens team that won last month's IRB tournament in the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, but is expected to return to Pretoria ahead of the Vodacom Bulls Super Rugby campaign.
Springbok Sevens coach Neil Powell named an experienced team to defend their HSBC Sevens World Series tournament title at the USA Sevens in Las Vegas next weekend.
Injury permitting, the same team will also travel to New Zealand a week later for the Wellington Sevens tournament.
Powell included 10 players from his contracted group and handed a national debut to Steval Pumas flyer Rosko Specman. Powell also included a fit-again Seabelo Senatla, who will make a first appearance in the 2013/14 HSBC Sevens World Series.
Former Vodacom Bulls midfielder Stephan Dippenaar is also back, having returned to full fitness after missing the Cell C Nelson Mandela Bay Sevens in December.
In all, Powell made three changes from the squad that won the Port Elizabeth event, with Specman, Dippenaar and Senatla replacing Cheslin Kolbe (DHL Stormers), Kwagga Smith and Steven Hunt respectively.
South Africa will be looking at a third title in in the Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, but will first have to overcome Kenya, Wales and Canada in Pool A.
They are currently second on the HSBC Sevens World Series log with 56 points, just two behind New Zealand (58).
The Springbok Sevens team (with number of tournaments) is:
Kyle Brown (captain, 36)
Chris Dry (31)
Philip Snyman (18)
Frankie Horne (53)
Rosko Specman (0)
Werner Kok (3)
Branco du Preez (26)
Stephan Dippenaar (16)
Justin Geduld (7)
Cecil Afrika (27)
Sampie Mastriet (5)
Seabelo Senatla (5)