Danell Leyva edged John Orozco in the men's all-around Saturday at the U.S. trials, but both gymnasts locked up trips to the London Olympics.

Leyva and Orozco made the U.S. team based on their results from trials and the Visa Championships and because they also finished in the top three in at least three events.

Three more gymnasts and up to three replacement athletes will be named to the team by a selection committee on Sunday.

"It's surreal, super unbelievable," Leyva said. "It's crazy to say that I just finished my first Olympic trials. I'm so glad to be here. The crowd was amazing, all of the guys were amazing."

Leyva, upset by Orozco earlier in June, placed first overall on the parallel bars and high bar and second on the pommel horse. His overall point total was 368.350.

That was .95 points ahead of Orozco, who ended second on the high bar and third on the pommel, rings and parallel bars.

"I can't really believe that I am here right now," said an emotional Orozco.

Sam Mikulak, who ranked third after the first day of trials, only competed on the pommel horse Saturday because of a sprained left ankle and finished last out of the 15 competitors.

Jonathan Horton, who won silver on the high bar and a team bronze at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, was third behind Leyva and Orozco and is expected to make the team for London.