As far as I know, the order in which routes are selected is as follows:
1. The most specific route is selected among all routes that cover the destination address of the packet.
If more than one route match then:
2. The route with the lowest Administrative Distance is chosen.
If more than one route has the same AD:
3. The route with the lowest metric is chosen.
If more than one route has the same metric:
4. The router chooses any route arbitrarily or load balance between them.
So, As Chojin said it will choose the most specific route. And thats a priority before the Administrative Distance. So even if the EIGRP route had it's normal AD (90, or any thing) and the static route had AD 1. It will still choose the EIGRP route if it's the most specific. As it will also choose the static one if it's the most specific.