McCamley is named at right-corner back alongside Chrissy McKaigue and Barry McGoldrick in the full-back line while Scullion takes the left-wingdefensive spot.
Paddy Bradley is set to make his 50th championship appearance for the county with younger brother Eoinexpected to be named on the bench.
Kildare are unchanged bar one position from the team that beat Tyrone in the Division 2 final for their Leinster quarter-final clash againstOffaly on Sunday.
Aindriu MacLochlainn comes into the defence at the expense of the injured Eamonn Callaghan.
Newstalk GAA pundit Colm Parkinson drew the ire of Kildarefootballer Ronan Sweeney after KFM Sport retweeted a comment the former Laois player made about MacLochlainn.
Parkinson tweeted: “McLoughlin replacing Callaghan is like leaving your BMW into a garage for a service and them giving you an Opel Corsa to drive.”
Sweeney replied: “Baffles me how a KILDARE radio station can retweet insulting comments about KILDARE footballers...especially from that“pundit“!
Westmeath’s Barry Kelly will referee Saturday week’s Leinster SHCsemi-final between Kilkenny and Dublin in Portlaoise.
Offaly official Brian Gavin, last year’s All-Ireland final referee, will be the man in the middle for Tipperary’s visit to Cork for the counties’ Munstersemi-final in Páirc Ui Chaoimh on Sunday week.
Meanwhile, a new bridge across Melbourne’s Yarra river is to be named after the late AFL legend Jim Stynes.
The Dubliner’s widow is expected to visit Ireland later this month toscatter the ashes of her husband who passed away in March after a longbattle with cancer.
DERRY (SF v Donegal): B Gillis; J McCamley, C McKaigue, SL McGoldrick; B McGoldrick, M Craig, E Scullion; J Diver, M Friel; G O’Kane, M Lynch, E Lynn; C Gilligan, P Bradley, E McGuckian.
KILDARE (SF v Offaly): S Connolly; A MacLochlainn, H McGrillen, P Kelly; E Bolton, M O’Flaherty, O Lyons; M Foley, P O’Neill; J Doyle, E O’Flaherty, A Smith; J Kavanagh, T O’Connor, M Conway.