Mesquite Outlaws Sign Two New Forwards From North Texas

The Mesquite Outlaws are proud to announce two players they’ve signed for the inaugural 2019-2020 season.

Both have previously played in the Major Arena Soccer League with the Outlaws’ cross-town rivals, the Dallas Sidekicks, and both have roots in North Texas. Per team and league policies, terms of the agreements were not disclosed.

Thirty-eight-year-old Shaun David is a Mesquite native who will play forward for the Outlaws. He’s previously played for the Dallas Sidekicks, Baltimore Blast, Omaha Vipers, Monterrey La Raza, New Jersey Ironmen and St. Louis Steamers. David attended West Mesquite High School and got his soccer start as a youth in the Mesquite Soccer Association.

Anthony Powell, 23, attended Keller Fossil Ridge High School and Hill College. As a forward, Powell has played for the Dallas Sidekicks and Fort Worth Vaqueros, as well as for teams in Iceland and Sweden. His career highlights include coming off the bench and scoring twice in a comeback win while playing in Sweden. Powell’s other interests include playing basketball and Fortnite.

The Mesquite Outlaws historic home opener against the Dallas Sidekicks is set for Nov. 30 in Mesquite Arena.