It might not be much of an overstatement to say that Paul "Senior" is the face of Colorado rugby. He is known by every corner of the states rugby playing community, and respected by all that know him. It was Senior's vision that started this program, and his determination that made it into the powerhouse program that it is today. It was only fitting that Senior was inducted into the East High Hall of Fame in the inaugural class of 2007, as he has always been the face of East High Rugby.
Paul Hoskins Jr. may have attended East High School, but he never played for the East Rugby team. Unfortunately for him, he was a few years too early. Since the East team had not yet been started by his father (fellow Hall of Famer, Paul "Senior" Hoskins), Paul Jr. was forced to hone his game with full grown men. At the age of 16, Paul started playing with local mens team, the Denver Barbarians. He even scored a try in his first game, and the assist on the try went to his father. He also earned the nickname "Chet" which has stuck with him ever since.