Latavius Murray is the fifth Raiders star to earn his ticket to Hawaii.

The NFL tapped the third-year running back for his first Pro Bowl trip on Sunday. He was voted to the all-star roster as an alternate late last month.

Murray, via Instagram:

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Words can't explain the emotions I feel right now. God continues to bless me and I can't thank him enough. Also, all my teammates that helped make this possible, couldn't do it without y'all! Tay Train to Hawaii !!!

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Murray will join quarterback Derek Carr, wide receiver Amari Cooper, defensive end Khalil Mack, and safety Charles Woodson at Aloha Stadium. Fullback Marcel Reece was also named to the roster, but won't play due to suspension.

His nod makes 2015 a banner year for the Silver and Black. They haven't this many Pro Bowlers in a season in over two decades

Murray (1,066 yards) became the first Raiders back to top 1,000 yards since 2010. He was sixth in the NFL in rushing and second behind only New York's Chris Ivory in the AFC.