Davies-Uniacke has struggled to find opportunities on the field in the past due to ongoing injury concerns, but has flourished in 2020 under Rhyce Shaw.
The 21-year-old, taken at pick four in the 2017 draft, has played just a handful of games this season after returning from a groin injury, but has proven to be one of the Kangaroos most formidable names.
Lloyd said that Davies-Uniacke has traits that are “Judd-like” in nature and is emerging as a shining prospect.
“I coached Luke Davis-Uniacke at Haileybury. We had a 10-game season, he dropped off in his last two, but his first eight was as good as I’ve seen – I’m talking 30 possessions and six goals in the one game,” Lloyd told AFL Media’s Access All Areas.
“He has (Chris) Judd-like explosiveness, but he hasn’t shown it through injuries and through a lack of belief in himself.
“Now we’re seeing a guy who believes he belongs and North finally may have a superstar that they’ve been crying out for.”