Antwan Scott is on the move again, this time headed from Louisiana to Colorado.

Less than a week after announcing he would transfer from Grambling, Scott told The News-Star late Monday that he will play at Colorado State.

The 6-foot-1 point guard chose Colorado State over Tennessee.

"I'm excited," Scott said. "I'm ready to do it. I'm not going to lie. I'm lost for words. I'm a Ram now."

Scott, not one to shy away from transfers, led Grambling in scoring last season with 15.7 points per game.

The Dallas native graduated from Grambling in May and is eligible to play immediately at Colorado State.

"Coach (Larry) Eustachy is one of the best one's doing it right now, to be honest," Scott said. "It was tough, man. Tennessee is a great place. It's an amazing place. My heart is with Colorado State."

After parting ways with Grambling, Scott immediately received interest from several schools and scheduled official visits to Colorado State and Tennessee.