Max Tuerk, former USC and NFL offensive lineman, dies at 26

Previous USC hostile lineman Max Tuerk has kicked the bucket at age 26. USC’s Twitter account declared Tuerk’s spending on Sunday, however the reason for death has not been made open as of now.

Tuerk played with the Trojans from 2012-15 and made at any rate one beginning at each position along the hostile line, however he spent most of his vocation at left watchman and focus. In his improved profession, Tuerk was a Freshman All-American determination in 2012 and a First Team All-Pac-12 Selection in 2014.

Despite the fact that a sturdy in the channels and a pioneer for the program, Tuerk played at USC during a time of disturbance. In his four years in Los Angeles, he was instructed by Lane Kiffin, Ed Orgeron, Steve Sarkisian and current mentor Clay Helton.

Following Tuerk’s passing, various current and previous Trojan mentors and players took to internet based life to go along their sympathies.

Crushed by the loss of Max Tuerk. Extraordinary individual, partner, and Trojan. Our musings and supplications go out to his family.

— Dion Bailey (@dbailey_18) June 21, 2020

Following his vocation with USC, which included 38 beginnings, he was chosen by the San Diego Chargers in the 2016 NFL Draft. His expert profession would be short, notwithstanding, as he went through only two years in the class with the Chargers and the Arizona Cardinals. He was a four-star prospect out of Santa Margarita Catholic High School in 2012 and considered one of the top linemen in that selecting cycle.

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