George Campbell and Derwin James are ready to fly across the country from Florida to Oregon to compete at The Opening from June 30-July 3.
One of them has actually been counting down the days.
"About 20 days ago, I started having a countdown," James said. "I have been marking off the days for a few weeks now and I am excited about The Opening. I fly out Sunday and I am ready."
The elite safety out of Auburndale, Fla. wants to take full advantage of the opportunity he has been presented.
"I really want to show what I can do out there in Oregon. I want to go against the best, go against the guys older than me, and compete. I want to learn, get coaching, and get better too. I may not get this opportunity again, so I want to take it all in."
The highly-touted junior out of Florida feels his skills will help him shine.
"I have been working hard and my hard work is paying off for me now," he said. "I feel I can run with anyone, I am a very strong safety, and I think how physical I play will help me too. I think I will do well out there."
The 6-foot-1, 199 pound junior is committed to Florida State and he has been for some time, but he will still visit other schools. That doesn't mean his commitment is not strong.
"Going through the recruiting process is a once in a lifetime opportunity, so I do want to visit other schools, but I know where I want to go. I want to go to Florida State," James stated.
Auburn, Clemson, Michigan, and Ohio State are schools that have offered James recently.
Campbell will be joining James in Beaverton and he feels he is ready to showcase what he can do with the best of the best.
"I got invited to The Opening because they feel I am one of the best in the nation," Campbell said. "It gives me a shot to show that they are right. I want to go out there and do what I need to do to show everyone that I am one of the best out there."
Campbell is a Scout 100 lock in 2015.
Campbell knows to be the best means he has to work hard. He is prepared for that.
"I am going to got out there and work my butt off. I want to get better while showing that I am one of the best. I work hard now at East Lake and I will do the same in Oregon. I know I will get better out there with all that talent around me."
The 6-foot-5, 181 pound athlete out of Tarpon Springs, Fla. played all over the field as a sophomore from safety to defensive end to wide receiver.
He will stay on offense at The Opening.
"Oh yeah, I will be playing wide receiver," said the versatile junior with 27 scholarship offers. "I have size, speed, and hands as a wide receiver. I feel I run good routes too. I will be at wide receiver the entire time."
Like James, Campbell is expected to be one of the top prospects in the 2015 class and both are out of the state of Florida.
Unlike James, Campbell is not committed to a school and he is still keeping an open mind right now about the recruiting process right now.