NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter believes USC senior C Max Tuerk "might end up being valued as much as Cameron Erving was in this year's draft because of his versatility."
NFL talent evaluator told ESPN's Kyle Bonagura that USC senior C Max Tuerk would have been the second-best center prospect behind Florida State's Cameron Erving if he had entered the past draft.
ESPN's Greg Katz notes that USC senior C Max Tuerk "has all the tools to be a high draft selection."
ESPN's Todd McShay slotted USC senior C Max Tuerk to the Seahawks at No. 32 in a 2016 mock draft.
USC senior C Max Tuerk "showed rare athleticism in his switch to center and should prove more consistent in 2015," writes CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
CBS Sports' Rob Rang believes USC senior C Max Tuerk "offers great versatility and athleticism -- traits Chip Kelly requires on his O-line."
USC junior C Max Tuerk announced that he's coming back to school in 2015.
NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah believes USC junior C Max Tuerk is a "versatile player with good size, toughness and strength."
TFY Draft Insider Tony Pauline reports that scouts believe USC junior C Max Tuerk "is not strong enough for the NFL and needs another year in college to physically mature."
USC junior C Max Tuerk "is giving serious consideration to entering the draft," according to TFY Draft Insider Tony Pauline.
USC junior C Max Tuerk's errant shotgun snaps against Arizona "frequently forced [QB Cody] Kessler to jump to corral them, throwing off the tempo for the entire team," wrote CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
ESPN's Mel Kiper ranks USC junior Max Tuerk as the top underclassmen offensive guard prospect.
USC has moved sophomore Max Tuerk from LT to C.
USC true freshman Max Tuerk is expected to start at LT for the Trojans Saturday against Arizona.