- DOB2 Mar 1995
Born in Germany, Hill attended Prince Henry’s Grammar School in Otley, kickstarting his professional career at Championship club Yorkshire Carnegie for whom made his debut in 2014.
After one season with Yorkshire Carnegie, Hill signed for Saints and made a big impact upon his arrival in the East Midlands.
He made his Premiership debut against Worcester Warriors in October 2015 and just three months later he was called into Eddie Jones’ England squad for the 2016 Six Nations, where he made his international debut in Rome.
Prior to his first Test cap for England, Paul had represented his country at Under-17s, Under-18s, Under-19s and Under-20s level – taking part part in two Junior World Championship finals, including the 21-20 win over South Africa in 2014.
He was also selected for England's summer tour to Australia in 2016, helping his side to their first-ever series win over the Wallabies, and played for the Red Rose against the Barbarians in a non-capped fixture in 2019.
The 2018/19 season was Hill’s most successful at Club level – with the prop featuring in both Saints’ European Challenge Cup quarter-final and Gallagher Premiership semi-final, as well as picking up a Premiership Rugby Cup winners’ medal as he started the final against Saracens at Franklin’s Gardens.