At some point the well will be facility constrained, i.e. the choke can only open up so much, the pipes are only so big, the pump to move fluid off location only sized so large, etc… But this theoretical max will vary well to well, facility to facility and can also be determined by the midstream infrastructure surrounding you.
That being said the maximum can be very high with the right facility design. I have seen few wells produce >80,000 bo/mo. but you have to be careful in looking for those huge month wells because many of the crazy high months called out by analysts are erroneous due to not understanding the way production is allocated at the lease level in TX.
To your other question about average/stellar production, there are a number of variables in play (lateral length being a big one) But your asking about a prolific area of the basin and I would expect the average well with a modern completion will easily do 15-25K bblo/mo initially depending on flowback strategy. And a stellar well or aggressive flow-back strategy in the area could be reasonably expected to achieve 30-40K bblo/mo initially. Then you can can expect a fairly steep decline with ~20% of the lifetime volumes coming in the first year of the wells life.