With the first pick in the 2016 NFL Pro Bowl Draft, Team Michael Irvin selected Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and Team Jerry Rice quickly countered by taking New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning in Wednesday night’s selection process for Sunday’s all-star game.

Wilson, who became the first player taken No. 1 overall not named Andrew Luck, stood out as one of the only quarterbacks to be picked for the Pro Bowl by both fans, players, and coaches and actually participate in the game.

Of the five total Seahawks to participate in this year’s draft and game, Wilson will be joined on Team Irvin by defensive end Michael Bennett and cornerback Richard Sherman.

Making his third Pro Bowl appearance since 2012, Wilson will also have a who’s who of the NFL’s best receiving talent like the Falcons' Julio Jones, the Bengals' A.J. Green, the Texans' DeAndre Hopkins, and the Jaguars' Allen Robinson, all of whom finished in the top 10 in receiving yards this season.

Four-time Pro Bowler Manning will have his favorite target and receiver in Odell Beckham Jr., who will also serve as a team captain beside Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald. Manning will also have an incredible backfield of the Vikings' Adrian Peterson, the Buccaneers' Doug Martin, and the Jets' Chris Ivory.

The full rosters for each squad can be found below, and the game kicks off Sunday night at 7 p.m. from Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Team Michael Irvin

QBs

Russell Wilson, Seahawks

Jameis Winston, Buccaneers

Teddy Bridgewater, Vikings

RBs

Todd Gurley, Rams

Latavius Murray, Raiders

Patrick DiMarco, FB, Falcons

WRs

Julio Jones, Falcons

A.J. Green, Bengals

DeAndre Hopkins, Texans

Allen Robinson, Jaguars

TEs

Tyler Eifert, Bengals

Delanie Walker, Titans

OL

Davis DeCastro, Steelers

Zack Martin, Cowboys

Marshal Yanda, Ravens

Branden Albert, Dolphins

Tyron Smith, Cowboys

Andrew Whitworth, Bengals

Travis Frederick, Cowboys

Alex Mack, Browns

DEs

Michael Bennett, Seahawks

Carlos Dunlap, Bengals

Ziggy Ansah, Lions

DTs

Calais Campbell, Cardinals

Jurrell Casey, Titans

LBs

Sean Lee, Cowboys

Anthony Barr, Vikings

Lavonte David, Buccaneers

NaVorro Bowman, 49ers

Derrick Johnson, Chiefs

CBs

Richard Sherman, Seahawks

Desmond Trufant, Falcons

Adam Jones, Bengals

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Giants

Safeties

Malcolm Jenkins, Eagles

Reshad Jones, Dolphins

Harrison Smith, Vikings

Special Teams

Justin Bethel, ST, Cardinals

Darren Sproles, KR, Eagles

Sam Koch, P, Ravens

Dan Bailey, K, Cowboys

Head coach: Winston Moss, Packers (replacement for Mike McCarthy)

GettyImages-501383742 New York Giants receiver and catch artist Odell Beckham Jr. captains Team Jerry Rice in Sunday's Pro Bowl. Photo: Getty Images

Team Jerry Rice

QBs

Eli Manning, Giants

Derek Carr, Raiders

Tyrod Taylor, Bills

RBs

Adrian Peterson, Vikings

Doug Martin, Buccaneers

Chris Ivory, Jets

John Kuhn, FB, Packers

WRs

Jarvis Landry, Dolphins

Amari Cooper, Raiders

T.Y. Hilton, Colts

Odell Beckham Jr., Giants (captain)

TEs

Travis Kelce, Chiefs

Gary Barnidge, Browns

OL

Richie Incognito, Bills

Logan Mankins, Buccaneers

Josh Sitton, Packers

Nick Mangold, Jets

Kyle Long, Bears

Joe Staley, 49ers

Joe Thomas, Browns

Eric Wood, Bills

DTs

Fletcher Cox, Eagles

Gerald McCoy, Buccaneers

Aaron Donald, Rams (captain)

DEs

Cameron Jordan, Saints

Everson Griffen, Vikings

LBs

Elvis Dumvervil, Ravens

Julius Peppers, Packers

Tamba Hali, Chiefs

Khalil Mack, Raiders

Clay Matthews, Packers

Bobby Wagner, Seahawks

CBs

Marcus Peters, Chiefs

Vontae Davis, Colts

Brent Grimes, Dolphins

Jason Verrett, Chargers

Safeties

Eric Berry, Chiefs

Mike Adams, Colts

Charles Woodson, Raiders

Special Teams

Cedric Peerman, ST, Chargers

Tyler Lockett, KR, Seahawks

Johnny Hekker, P, Rams

Josh Brown, K, Giants

Head coach: Andy Reid, Chiefs