Herbert Hoover Coach Tim Meyer has no doubt that the pair will represent the Huskies and the state well.
"I'm extremely proud of them," Meyer said. "Both of them work so hard for us. They never miss any workouts, they're up here all the time, they're leaders and they get excited about playing the game. It's great to see kids excited about playing football."
Meyer is equally impressed off the field.
"You can't match their character," he said. "Both kids are very intelligent young men and extremely hard workers. I can't go on enough about what great young men they are. They're just fantastic to be around. Their work ethic is unmatched."
While at the camps, the players will participate in scheduled developmental sessions that include 7-on-7 competitions, situational scrimmages, team meetings and "corrective" practices.
Off-the-field activities are highlighted by Bailey's team's trip to the New England Patriots complex July 18.
Hopkins and Bailey are the second and third Huskies players to make the squad, following junior Trenton Mahan, who played in Austin last summer.
For Mahan, the experience was a positive one that he recommends.
"They'll definitely learn a lot down there and matchup against some pretty good players from all over the country," Mahan said. "They're going to experience a lot and play against a lot of talent.
"There's good talent around here but it's just on a different scale there."