Davies was suitably impressed by Allen in the match and he believes he could form a formidable partnership with namesake Jonathan Davies for Wales.
"Jonathan Davies ran hard, ran well [but] didn't have the opportunities that Cory Allen had," he said.
"But there's something about Cory Allen; he's got time on the ball, he throws lovely, slow dummies.
"He's got the physical presence as well to get over the gain-line.
"So if he kind of improves each season or each game as it goes on will he put his hand up to try and break into that midfield?
"Because you've got a very typical style that Wales coach Warren Gatland likes - he likes the big boys.
"And Jamie Roberts is a big part of his side, but I think footballing-wise he [Allen] offers a little bit more."