National signing day is over, and once again the SEC dominated the national recruiting race. Programs from the SEC signed seven of the top 10 classes, per 247Sports, which means the conference race will be as competitive as ever in 2014.
Teams from the SEC West signed four of the top six classes, including Alabama with the No. 1 overall class in the country. A lot of these recruits will see the field in 2014 and help their teams compete for the SEC title.
The SEC West looks to be the toughest division in the toughest conference in college football. All seven teams could conceivably qualify for a bowl game. In 2013, six of the seven teams played in a bowl game, and Arkansas should be a better team in 2014.
This slideshow power ranks all of the SEC West programs after national signing day. There will be a lot of changes to the teams between now and the first game of the college season in August, however.
Some members of the 2014 signing class will not qualify, a few players will likely give up on football, and others will get kicked off their teams. This list does not take into consideration possible changes after spring practice or during the summer. It is simply a snapshot of where the SEC West programs rank right now.