Cody Kessler's in no rush to get to the NFL.The junior quarterback announced following USC's 45-42 Holiday Bowl victory over Nebraska that he'll return to Los Angeles for his senior season, per ESPN's Joe Schad:Kessler added that he wants to help the Trojans win a national title, per Scott Wolf of the Los Angeles Daily News:Sports Illustrated's Chris Burke praised Kessler for remaining patient and not trying to cash in on his strong performancehe threw for 321 yards and three touchdowns on Saturday night:Adam Rittenberg of ESPN.com is already putting Kessler on his list of early Heisman Trophy candidates for 2015:The decision doesn't come as a major surprise. The Trojans star wasn't considered one of the top QBs in the 2015 draft class, and it's unlikely that a strong scouting combine and pro day would've made him jump ahead of guys like Marcus Mariota, Jameis Winston and Brett Hundley.Before the game, Bleacher Report's NFL draft expert Matt Miller, despite being high on the player, said that he never classified Kessler as a 2015 prospect:Kessler has a lot to gain by sticking around. The 2016 draft class doesn't really have a can't-miss QB. Some are high on Connor Cook and Christian Hackenberg, but it's not exactly a consensus.There's both time and opportunity for Kessler to climb up draft boards and become the top-rated quarterback this time next year. Click here to read full news..