Wakefield will hand debuts to no fewer than seven new signings in their opening Super League game against Harlequins on Saturday.
Meanwhile, captain Jason Demetriou could return to competitive action after making his comeback from knee surgery in last weekend’s friendly victory over Hunslet.
Boss John Kear said: “With the exception of winger Damien Blanch who is still recovering from the hand injury he sustained in the Cravendale Challenge against Leeds Rhinos on Boxing Day this is a full strength Wildcats squad.
“Jason Demetriou is a true professional and I wouldn’t have included him unless I was convinced that he had proved his fitness. As our captain he’s important to us and I’ve every faith in him.”
“We’ve worked hard through the pre-season training programme and our three pre-season friendly games. Now the boys just want to play and I’m happy that they’re in the right mood to acquit themselves well at Harlequins RL.”
Bolger only began playing rugby league at the age of 15 and has rapidly progressed through the Harlequins academy system. In 2009 he was named ‘Reserves Player of the Year’ at the club’s end of season awards and has also represented London and the South.
“He had a great season in the reserves last year and was solid in our victory over London Skolars last week.
“Similarly, Ben Jones-Bishop, Oliver Wilkes and Matt James have got a really good understanding of what we’re trying to achieve both offensively and defensively and have fitted really well into our squad.”
Harlequins Squad: Ben Bolger, Tony Clubb, Ryan Esders, Luke Gale, Jason Golden, David Howell, Matt James, Ben Jones-Bishop, Ben Kaye, Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Chris Melling, Jamie O’Callaghan, Danny Orr, Chad Randall, Will Sharp, Danny Ward, Oliver Wilkes, Dave Williams, Luke Williamson
Wakefield Squad: Sean Gleeson, Daryl Millard, Luke George, Ben Jeffries, Danny Brough, Shane Tronc, Terry Newton, Michael Korkidas, Dale Ferguson, Glenn Morrison, Jason Demetriou, Sam Obst, Paul Johnson, Kevin Henderson, Aaron Murphy, Paul King, Tevita Leo-Latu, Dale Morton, Richard Moore.