The people they found are underprivileged children in Rojo Gomez, a small town near Tijuana, Mexico. More than just sending clothing and equipment, Morrill and Murray wanted to meet these young ones.
"When we actually went down there and just gave them one shirt and just seeing their faces light up, it was just fantastic," said Murray.
Living in Southern California has actually given Murray and Morrill a unique perspective on the kids they met.
"They barely have anything. Their houses are made of scrap metal. It makes me feel I'm so thankful for having this life. But it also makes me want to help them more," said Morrill.
These two have started a great thing and they want to make sure it continues. So, they started Just for Kicks clubs at other California schools.
"I think some of the students that are starting them there are younger, so then they can keep it going at their schools and pass it down. And then when we graduate, we will pass it down," said Morrill.
Murray and Morrill have a love of sports and a passion for giving -- that makes them our Cool Kids.